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The restrictionist Center for Immigration Studies has put out a DREAM Act proposal that could tell us what the Republicans might propose when they re-draft DREAM to their own liking. It's not horrible - some ideas, particularly those in the first of the two parts - would probably be areas where agreement could be reached. A few ideas - such as introducing a new extremely cumbersome process to get the green card after ten years - are really bad. But it is encouraging to at least be having a negotiation. One had the feeling in the last Congress that only one side was negotiating and the other was deliberately saying no to everything.

Here is part one and part two of the proposal.

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  1. Another Voice's Avatar
    I thought the negotiation for DREAM had already happened...they want to renegotiate a watered down version of it, this is more of my way or the highway stuff. The do not look to solve problems just to help as few people as possible.
  2. Another Voice's Avatar
    At this point DREAM failed if I were the DEMS I would just campaign on 2012 for another CIR, no incentive to negotiate on DREAM now. DEMS may as well take your chances for the next congress they have already in essence kicked the can down the road. Claiming victory on a water down version of DREAM is going to do little other than softening the CANS face with latinos, why would they want to do that.....
  3. F's Avatar
    I think proposals are fair and reasonable.
  4. George Chell's Avatar
    Never negotiate with three groups: terrorists; racists; and extremists of either form. They usually have something up their sleeves!
  5. gg's Avatar
    Stop dreaming and be proud seems to the democrats answer to dreamers.

    Rep Baca has reintroduced PROUD ACT, a less spicy version of DREAM ACT
  6. Another Voice's Avatar
    HuffPost Politics First retirement announcement of the young electoral season: Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas)

    I guess she got afraid of getting tea bagged in the primary and the Hispanic vote on the general election, either way bye bye and don't let the door hit you on your way out!!!
  7. credit repair affiliate's Avatar
    This is one type of the ability to work in some filed.If you are capable to work in all category then you are easy to go to USA.In this proposal you are give all details about the your goal and how you are success in your goal.
  8. Bruce E. Buchanan's Avatar
    Thanks for the links to articles. Always good to know the latest from the Hill, from both sides, including where Republicans are coming from. Enjoyed talking with you last week at Immigration Panel. Here's link to my blog if interested,
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