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Editorial: Americans are worried about immigration. Is Congress?

A new Gallup poll says 23% of Americans believe immigration is the most important problem facing the nation. That number's been rising and is now at the highest level since Gallup began recording mentions of the issue in 1993.

It's not hard to analyze the nation's interest. A record number of people from Central America have been

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