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The New DREAM Act

In 2010, conservative immigration groups vehemently opposed the DREAM Act — and it looks like they’re going to do the same to Sen. Marco Rubio’s DREAM Act, even though (based on the details available; the legislation itself hasn’t been released yet) Rubio’s would only provide young adults who were brought here illegally as minors with non-immigrant visas, while the 2010 DREAM would have put them on a path to citizenship.
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