Jeb Bush’s new book about the need for a U.S. immigration overhaul has caused waves among fellow Republicans trying to steer legislation through Congress and drawn firefrom South Florida immigrant advocates, especially on his proposal to limit which family members are allowed under residence visas.
The former Florida Republican governor, and as yet unannounced 2016 presidential contender, has said he and his co author, Attorney Clint Bolick, wrote the book, Immigrations Wars: Forging an American Solution, during last year’s political campaigns.
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