Bush Looks to Restart Immigration Debate

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President Bush attempts to re-launch the drive for new immigration measures as he takes a trip to the Arizona-Mexico border.

The president said steps have been taken to reduce illegal border crossings, and more should be done to give some people the chance to enter and work in the United States legally.

"People are coming to work," the president said, "and many of them have no lawful way to come to America. And so they're sneaking in."



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