Mitt Romney offered his own approach to immigration, saying he'd "replace and supersede" President Obama's plan, while speaking to Latino elected officials in Florida on Thursday. The Republican presidential hopeful declared "bipartisan and long-term immigration reform" a “moral imperative” and emphasized his belief for increased immigration to aid business and family reunification. He also claimed, as president, he'd make legal immigration easier, especially for immediate family members of green-card holders, and would complete a high-tech fence along the boarder. He vowed to address the issue in a “civil” manner and would work with Republicans and Democrats alike.
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