WASHINGTON — In an era of intensely partisan politics, few domestic issues have suffered during the past year from oversimplification, overheated rhetoric and an overwhelming lack of honest debate as much as the issue of immigration reform. For politicians and pundits on both the right and the left, it would seem that the issue has become less about immigrants — or, more specifically, migrant workers from Mexico — and more of a touchstone for scoring easy points with voters through plant ...

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