Immigration has been a touchstone of the U.S. political debate for decades, as policymakers have weighed economic, security, and humanitarian concerns.
Congress has been unable to reach an agreement on comprehensive immigration reform for years, effectively moving some major policy decisions into the
executive and judicial branches of government and fueling debate in the halls of state and municipal governments.
Answer the following:
Should America either honor its history and traditions as a nation of immigrants or live up to its ideals as a nation of laws by enforcing the current