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Bipartisan group sees change in politics on immigration reform
WASHINGTON — Declaring that the politics of immigration “have been turned upside down,” a bipartisan group of senators Monday outlined common principles for comprehensive immigration reform and expressed optimism that legislation granting legal status to most of the country's 11 million illegal immigrants could be realized by this summer.
By Michael A. Memoli and Noam N. Levey
January 28, 2013