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• The Heritage Foundation discusses four guiding principles for American immigration reform that include consent, compromise, patriotism, and law.
• How can this report be used to change narratives about immigration? How can funders help develop informative approaches to immigration discussion?
Immigration is one of the fundamental building blocks that help make America the unique nation that it is. But the debate over border security and immigration has become toxic because politicians have put politics before principles. And reasonable Americans find themselves trapped between zealots on both sides.
For over two centuries, the United States has welcomed millions of people from every corner of the globe.
And today, we lawfully admit over one million people every year. That is more than any other country in the world.
The debate is not about whether we should allow immigration – it’s about how we do so in a way that protects American sovereignty, respects the rule of law, and is beneficial to all Americans. So what does a thoughtful agenda for American immigration reform look like?
Read the full article about immigration reform at The Heritage Foundation.
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