Immigration reform: Gay, lesbian couples want to be included
Study » About 48,000 same-sex couples in the United States include at least one immigrant partner who is not a citizen.
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"Which is more important: LGBT or border security?" asked U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. He argued at a January forum in Washington, D.C. that loading an immigration bill with "social issues ... is the best way to derail it."
"He’s wrong," countered Honda in a recent interview. "The whole immigration issue is part of a social issue. What part of human activity is not social?"
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