Heath Haussamen has information on Richardson’s four-point plan for immigration reform:
In a major policy speech that was perhaps a prelude to a presidential run, N.M. Gov. Bill Richardson outlined today his plan for immigration reform in the United States and said the Democratic-controlled Congress has a duty to act on it in 2007.
During the speech at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., Richardson called on Congress to repeal a law passed earlier this year to create a $6 billion fence along the border.
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