Former President George W. Bush is expected to speak about immigration reform on Wednesday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
“Bush will deliver opening remarks at an citizenship ceremony and immigration forum at the Dallas presidential center bearing his name, where it’s expected he will talk about how immigration reform will be good for America,” Dianne Solis of the Dallas Morning News wrote. “A panel discussion titled ‘What Immigrants Contribute’ will follow. The day will start with 20 immigrants taking a quick pathway to citizenship at an actual naturalization ceremony.”
The Dallas paper noted that it is unclear whether Bush will endorse the Senate “Gang of Eight” immigration bill at the event, but his George W. Bush Institute has pushed some efforts to overhaul the nation’s immigration system.