Immigration Reform: A Look Back at 1986 for Clues to the Future
Previous reforms offer a look at how the future might play out.
July 7, 2013— -- As the country waits to see whether comprehensive immigration reform will become a reality in 2013, it's worth taking a look at the impact previous reform efforts have had on the United States and the people who call this country home.
In 1986, when the last large-scale legalization program took place, the legislators working on the bill were also considering a biometric ID as part of the package. But the idea ran upon rocky shores for a few reasons. Here's why.
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