Can a middle ground be found for immigration reform?
For without it, are any immigration policy changes possible?
It’s true, of course, that immigration discussions often resemble a modern day Hatfield – McCoy feud.
Most mainstream media accounts paint immigration discourse as a picture of two warring tribes.
And on the surface, the art of diplomacy seems permanently lost in Congress.
Yet, compromise is, in fact, possible.
One state has staked out a claim to establishing that middle ground.
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