Politics & Government

July 2, 2013 12:40 PM

Immigration votes will echo into 2014, 2016 elections

The nation’s immigration debate has become an epic struggle between two of the nation’s most potent political forces, the growing, crucial Latino vote and the well-funded, highly motivated conservative movement. It’s also caused a schism within the Republican Party, a divide with the potential to cause serious wounds.

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