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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)
For better politics, it's time for some raging moderates
For better politics, it's time for some raging moderates

Like more than 20% of my fellow Californians, I am now classified as a no-party-preference voter, registered to vote but with no affiliation to any of the state's political parties. I am for lower taxes and for marriage equality. I am tough on crime and I am pro-choice. I believe that a pathway to citizenship is a necessary part of immigration reform and that student test scores should be a critical component of teacher evaluations. Given the nature of modern-day politics, I'm not sure either party would have me. Those of us who consciously choose not to ally ourselves with a party are the fastest-growing portion of the electorate. The millennial generation has the highest percentage...

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