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Topic - Mark Krikorian
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor heads into the Virginia Republican primary Tuesday as a heavy favorite to survive a tea party challenge in a race that has become dominated by immigration.
The debate is raging over whether the latest immigration bill is an amnesty for illegal immigrants, but one part is clear: The legislation would forgive businesses that have employed those immigrants illegally.
Mr. Cantor is, indeed, somewhere in the middle on the issue, said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
Mr. Krikorian said regardless of the outcome, the race already has sent a message to Republicans on immigration.