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Broken Border: Immigration Reform in the Southwest

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    Both the Senate and the President’s proposals for immigration reform agree the pathway to citizenship begins at the “back of the line.” But, there isn’t one line. And for families in certain lines, the wait is so long it’s like going back in time.
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    In the 1980s, immigration reform was described as a three-legged stool: amnesty for undocumented immigrants, and border and workplace enforcement to prevent future ones.
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    As talk of immigration reform heats up, farmers want to streamline the guest worker program, while advocates generally oppose it.
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    Preventing employers from hiring undocumented immigrants is likely to be a key part of the upcoming debate over immigration reform. We look at what's happening on the ground in Arizona, after the state tried to require strict hiring practices five years ago.
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    The latest in our Broken Border series looks at what border security really means and whether the United States has reached its goal.
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    The most contentious component of what President Obama is likely to include in his immigration overhaul proposal is a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. What might that look like in one industry with a high percentage of undocumented immigrant workers?
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    Republicans John McCain and Jeff Flake are part of the so-called Gang of Eight, a bipartisan group in the Senate that’s hammering out a proposal.
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    As President Barack Obama prepares to once again take the Presidential Oath of Office, Washington D.C. is turning into Party Town. Latino elected officials and community leaders are celebrating, and growing expectations of Obama are mounting. Will he make good on his pledge to push for comprehensive immigration reform?