Congress Debates The Bill To Abolish The INS
Congress debated the Homeland Security Act of 2002 including its immigration law provisions. During the debate, Rep. Goss (R-FL) said, "... and I believe that this Homeland Security Department will be organized in a way that will help us better deal with the immigration subject in a way that meets the requirements of all Americans and protects our borders from mischief makers." The entire debate is in four parts:
One, Two, Three and Four.
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