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George W. Bush makes rare appeal for immigration reform

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Former Republican President George W. Bush waded into the simmering immigration debate on Wednesday, calling the current set of laws “broken” and urging leaders to reach a “positive resolution” as negotiations come to a head in Washington. “We have a problem: The laws governing the immigration system aren’t working,” Bush said ahead of a naturalization ceremony at his presidential library in...

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