Why A Do-Nothing Immigration Strategy Might Work For GOP

February 2, 2014

The conservative magazine The National Review is offering House Republicans a strategy on immigration reform: Do nothing. National Review editor Rich Lowry tells NPR’s Rachel Martin why he thinks the best political move for Republican lawmakers is to hold off on passing an immigration bill.

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