Lewis Diuguid

July 8, 2014 12:35 PM

Rhetoric against immigrants part of ugly U.S. history

A law signed in 2008 by then-President George W. Bush is at the root of the latest influx of people. It was meant to curtail human trafficking. But it has resulted in a surge of minors coming to the United States.

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