Frist Finds His Cause

Bacon Jr., Perry
April 2006
Time;4/3/2006, Vol. 167 Issue 14, p18
The article discusses Republican U.S. Senator Bill Frist's political position on illegal-immigrants in the United States. Frist crafted a plan which will increase penalties for illegal immigrants as well as provide additional financial support for U.S. border protection. The author states that Frist does not reject temporary work permits for illegal immigrants.


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