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February 6, 2014 11:08 AM

SC lawmakers should OK immigration reform

Recently, the Republican speaker of the House of Representatives finally addressed the matter of immigration reform, admitting "our nation's immigration system is broken" and provided a statement of principles on the matter. It contained a number of steps and issues that must be addressed including border security and enforcement, an employment verification system, reforms to the legal immigration system, and most importantly, an opportunity for those currently undocumented to come forward, get right with the law, and live legally without fear in the U.S.

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