Immigration: Untapped GOPs or Undocumented Dems

Conservatives battle for border security in Gang of Eight bill

The Washington Post |

Over the past week, border security has been the biggest sticking point in Senate discussions about immigration reform.

Many Republicans, like Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) have argued that the United States shouldn’t provide a pathway to citizenship for the 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants currently in the country until the U.S. border with Mexico is secure.

But what does it actually mean for that border to be secure? Who decides? And is a completely secure border even possible?

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