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Topic - Ruthie Epstein
House Republicans will meet this week to plan their immigration strategy, which seems designed to push the issue to the right, but the Senate bill already faces a backlash on the left, where advocacy groups say the added border security is testing the limits of enforcement.
"The dragnet deportation of 400,000 immigrants annually does nothing to make our streets safer, and constitutes a huge expenditure of government resources," said Ruthie Epstein, policy analyst for the American Civil Liberties Union.
"It was absolutely a difficult decision," said Ruthie Epstein, a legislative policy analyst at the American Civil Liberties Union. "Nevertheless, we did ultimately decide, reluctantly, to support the bill moving forward because the bill retains its core commitment to providing a fair if difficult path to citizenship."