Bipartisan Group of Senators Issues Joint Statement on Common-Sense Immigration Reform Proposal


By:  Chuck Schumer Jeff Flake Bob Menendez John McCain III Dick Durbin Michael Bennet Lindsey Graham Marco Rubio
Date: April 17, 2013
Location: Washington, DC

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators--including Senators Charles Schumer, John McCain, Dick Durbin, Lindsey Graham, Robert Menendez, Marco Rubio, Michael Bennet and Jeff Flake -- released the following joint statement upon the introduction of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013:

"Our immigration system is broken and it is time for a national conversation about how to fix it. We believe common-sense immigration reform is vital in order to secure America's borders, advance our economic growth, and provide fuller access to the American dream. Our bipartisan proposal is a starting point, and will be strengthened by good-faith input and ideas from across the ideological spectrum. We look forward to multiple Senate hearings on this bill, an open committee process with amendments, and a full and fair debate in the Senate."

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