Skip Navigation
NPR News

Jeb Bush May Have Changed His Mind On Immigration With 2016 Bid In Sight

Mar 5, 2013 (All Things Considered) — When former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush got to work on his new book on immigration, he was expected to be out in front of his party urging a broader conversation with Hispanics and more open legislation. After all, he had previously supported a pathway to citizenship for immigrants here illegally. Instead, it's fellow Florida Republican Marco Rubio in the lead, and Bush who's explaining an apparent reversal on the issue of citizenship. Both are likely candidates for president in 2016.

Hear this

This text will be replaced
Launch in player

Share this


Explore this

Reported by

Mara Liasson

Related Topics at NPR.org

Read full story transcript

Missing some content? Check the source: NPR
Copyright(c) 2014, NPR

Visitor comments

on:

NCPR is supported by:

This is a Visitor-Supported website.