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In new immigration deal, a big favor for Alaska

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If you search for the word “Alaska” in the original Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill, you’ll get no hits. But if you do the same search in the Hoeven-Corker amendment, which is essentially a new version of the immigration bill, you’ll find “Alaska” right there in black and white. The reason is that the Gang of Eight has used the rewritten bill to pay a big favor to the state...

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