Rand Paul: Immigration reform needs conservatives
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Different from other approaches, Paul’s approach would not attempt to crack down on employers by expanding working verification systems, something he says is tantamount to "making every business owner a policeman."
"My plan will not grant amnesty or move anyone to the front of the line," Paul said in his speech. "But what we have now is de facto amnesty."
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