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ProCon: What Are the Solutions to Illegal Immigration in America?

What are the solutions to illegal immigration in America and where can we go to find non-biased information?
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What are the solutions to illegal immigration in America and where can we go to find non-biased information? Students, teachers or anyone seeking clarification on controversial issues can visit ProCon.org, a non-profit, non-partisan website dedicated to exploring controversial issues of the day. ProCon presents research, studies and both sides of arguments so individuals can evaluate the complexities and decide for themselves where they stand. Making an argument is one thing; making a well-informed argument is quite another. A perfect gem of information on everything one needs to sift through complicated issues and make an informed decision.

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