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Why immigration reform probably won't pass
Sometimes, when Congress addresses an issue, there's a big fight, and once the matter is resolved, everyone pretty much moves on. This was the case with Bush administration's Medicare prescription drug coverage, and it was the case with President Obama's termination of "don't-ask-don't tell." In those cases, the risks of being wrong on the issue are minimal. Voters have other things to worry about.
July 1, 2013