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Bush Hopes for Immigration Reform

Former President George W. Bush has remained mostly quiet on matters of policy since leaving office. But on Wednesday he said he hopes there is a “positive resolution” to the immigration debate in Washington. “I hope during the debate we keep a benevolent spirit in mind and we understand the contributions immigrants make to our country,” said Bush during a naturalization ceremony in Dallas. Bush, who tried to pass immigration reform in 2007 only to be stopped by his own party, spoke hours before House Republicans were set to meet to decide whether they will support immigration reform.