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Bush Is Facing a Difficult Path on Immigration

In the days before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, immigration policy was going to be President Bush’s signature issue. It was central to his thinking as the former governor of a border state, key to his relationship with President Vicente Fox of Mexico and essential in attracting new Hispanic voters to the Republican Party. Five years later, Mr. Bush has at last realized some momentum on immigration policy, but it is probably not the activity he once anticipated. Full Story

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