Congressional Statements On The Bill To Abolish The INS
Congress voted on and passed the Homeland Security Act of 2002 including its immigration law provisions. During the debate, Sen. Kennedy (D-MA) said, "... The formulation of immigration policy--our only chance to
achieve coordination between these dispersed functions--will be subject
to the conflicting views of various officials spread out in the new
Department. With its failure to provide centralized coordination and
lack of accountability, the Republican bill is a blueprint for failure.
"The final debate is in three parts: One, Two, and Three.
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