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We Can Strengthen Boarder Security Without Resorting to Mass Deportations

Closing the border to the United States without resorting to mass deportation is a complex issue that requires a balanced and humane approach. It's about ensuring national security and sovereignty while also respecting the dignity and rights of individuals. A comprehensive immigration policy should focus on strengthening border security through technology and manpower, improving the legal immigration process to make it more efficient and fair, and addressing the root causes of migration, such as poverty, violence, and lack of opportunity in home countries.


Instead of mass deportation, we can explore alternatives like offering pathways to legal status for those who meet certain criteria, such as paying taxes, learning English, and passing background checks. This approach not only respects the human rights of immigrants but also benefits our economy by allowing immigrants to contribute openly and legally.


It's crucial to engage in constructive dialogue and cooperation with neighboring countries and international partners to address the challenges of migration in a way that is fair, just, and sustainable. By working together, we can create a more secure and prosperous future for all.


Alycia R. Gruenhagen

Candidate for United States Senate

Minnesota

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