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The Center for Immigration Studies’ site has an e-mail newsletter that “is truly an indispensable resource for those who need to stay on top of what is happening on immigration issues—and not just for Washington or for Washington’s denizens. I consult it whenever I can as one of the ‘required’ stops.”
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