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Initial Thoughts on the Republican Party’s Principles for Immigration Reform

by Tom Churchvia Immigration Reform
Thursday, January 30, 2014

The good news coming out of the Republican Party’s Principles for Immigration Reform released this afternoon is that the prospects for passing immigration reform were not further degra

Preserving Citizen Rights for Present and Future Americans Under Immigration Reform

by Richard Sobelvia Immigration Reform
Monday, November 11, 2013

In pursuit of good public policy, immigration reform needs to be based on fairness, enforcement of existing laws, increased legal immigration limits, an appropriate guest worker program, and clear paths to citizenship.

Fix Immigration Law and California Will Be in Play

by Hoover Institution Editorvia Immigration Reform
Friday, October 4, 2013

Research Fellow Lanhee Chen writes in his Bloomberg column:

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The Hoover Institution’s Conte Initiative on Immigration Reform is the result of numerous conferences, meetings, and conversations during the past year among academics, politicians, and Hoover fellows who are concerned with the structure and outcomes of America’s immigration system. Chaired by Hoover senior fellow Edward Lazear, the initiative examines legal and illegal immigration. The guiding principle is to identify clear improvements to what most agree is an unfair and inefficient immigration system.

The “Immigration Reform” channel on Hoover’s Advancing a Free Society blog is an online space that will provide facts and analysis, with the goal of informing the debate on immigration reform as it unfolds across public and legislative spaces. By providing unbiased information to decision makers and other interested parties and by stripping away obfuscation, the Conte Initiative hopes to assist in the creation of an appropriate immigration system for the United States.