According to the Associated Press, senators are complaining to the Department of Homeland Security about the largest immigration raid on record. Now, I don’t doubt that there are kinks in the screening system that make it difficult for well intentioned companies to obey the law. But this is a pattern that has emerged in the past — when an adminstration gets serious (or even semi-serious) about enforcing the law in this area, the lawmakers are among the first to object when their constituents are ensnared.
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