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No one seems to like the Senate immigration bill in its current form-- except President Bush and New York Times columnist David Brooks.
(by Amy Traub from DMIBlog) The most recent immigration compromise bill (large pdf) in the Senate is coming up for criticism from almost every angle, from business interests to the immigrant advocates, labor unions, and the anti-immigrant right.

It appears there's no one who likes the bill in its current form but President Bush.

Well, the President and New York Times columnist David Brooks.

In yesterday's column, Brooks argues that, rather than an incoherent hodge-podge of contradictory provisions, the bill somehow appropriately establishes a system of tough but fair incentives for immigrants.
Elana Levin is communications manager for the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy and runs the DMIBlog. This post is by Amy Traub, DMI's Director of Research.
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