Robert Price

Bakersfield Californian

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Columnist and Editorial Page Editor at the Bakersfield Californian

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Internet moguls and evangelicals, big business and organized labor are among the odd bedfellows pushing Republicans in Congress to vote for immigration reform.

Can't a Republican Get Any Peace?

Internet moguls and evangelicals, big business and organized labor are among the odd bedfellows pushing Republicans in Congress to vote for immigration reform.

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