Former President George W. Bush urged lawmakers to come to a “positive resolution” on immigration reform, as members of the House met to consider their position on the overhaul package passed in the Senate in June.
“We can uphold our tradition of assimilating immigrants, and honoring our heritage of our nation built on the rule of law. But we have a problem. The laws governing the immigration system aren’t working; the system is broken,” Bush said at a naturalization ceremony Wednesday for new citizens at his presidential library in Texas, according to NBC.
“I don’t intend to get involved in the politics or the specifics of policy, but I do hope there’s a positive resolution to the debate,” he…
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