Serwer documents another McCain reversal, this time on the DREAM Act:

Keep in mind, the 2003 version of the bill [that McCain supported] repealed the prohibition on unauthorized immigrants paying in-state tuition rates, provided a six-year path to citizenship, and had no cap. The new version leaves the ban intact, provides a 13-year path to citizenship, and is a onetime deal. But the latter is "amnesty" that can't seem to draw any Republican support!

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