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Topic - Sheri Steisel
Lawmakers in all 50 states are weighing legislation this year, said Sheri Steisel, NCSL immigration policy director.
"Given the absence of federal consensus of national immigration reform, state legislators are stepping into the void and doing their best," Miss Steisel said. "They can't wait. They have to deal with the reality of how immigrants impact their communities now."