Immigration Plan Has Many Critics The left and right have both been highly critical of the compromise legislation on immigration that is winding its way through Congress. Does that mean it is doomed?
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Immigration Plan Has Many Critics

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Immigration Plan Has Many Critics

Immigration Plan Has Many Critics

Immigration Plan Has Many Critics

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The immigration bill before Congress is being criticized from all sides, but that could mean it is a triumph for centrists.

Some say it is racist, while others complain that it separates families and costs too much for those who can't afford it. Still others say that the measure would not actually solve the problem of illegal immigration.