Rosario Marin: The Real Romney Position on Immigration
Former U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin has an op-ed in The Hill where he responds to criticism of Romney's immigration positions.
"Governor Romney isn't interested in temporary, stop-gap measures and he's not interested in playing political games with families' futures. That's been the hallmark of President Obama's approach to immigration for the past four years," Marin says.
"Instead, as president, Mitt Romney will pursue bold reforms to our immigration system based on an approach of modernizing and simplifying our legal immigration system, putting in place far, enforceable and common-sense border security measures, and pursuing a permanent solution for children who were brought into the country illegally, through no fault of their own."
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