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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Aug 13, 2013 03:43 PM CDT

The White House continues to emphasize the benefits of immigration reform through a series of studies, blogs and other material.

On Tuesday, the White House issued a report touting the path to citizenship in the Senate immigration bill that was adopted in June. The report made it clear that the Obama administration doesn't want the more conservative House to simply provide legal status to the 11 million or so people now in the country illegally.

"We cannot afford a system that creates a group which can never become fully American, denying equal rights to people who pay the same taxes ...

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