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Published: Friday, April 19 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Viva la Migra
American Fork, UT

It does make you wonder why the DHS would allow the older brother to obtain U.S. citizenship last September, given that he was convicted for a deportable offense in 2009, and interviewed by the F.B.I. two years ago when they suspected him of having terrorist ties... It casts doubt on the ability of the government to weed out the bad eggs as they try to grant amnesty to millions of illegal alien who are probably going to be less than honest about their past.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Why isn't anyone covering the press conference by Senator Sessions in response to the Gang of Eight proposal?
Shame on the DN for not picking up on this and reporting it.
There is a particularly poignant analogy given by Bristol County, MA sheriff Tom Hodgson, an opponent of the amnesty program and a critic of immigration enforcement (or rather the lack of it).
Let's hear from the other side of this issue rather than tracking with the narrative.

Provo, UT

Senator Sessions is backed by the union for federal immigration agents. The people who deal with it every day. They are against the lack of immigration enforcement skewed statistics of deportation, and the waivers. Their lawsuit against Obama is still active.

Mcallen, TX

With 9/11, and the Boston bombing, perhaps immigration should be reformed.

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