George W. Bush To Talk Immigration

Former President George W. Bush has been relatively quiet after his presidency. Moving to the high-end suburb Highland Park in Dallas, his first major public appearance was the opening of his presidential library. Along with the planning of his educational landmark, he has also become an artist, specializing in painting puppies before he moved to landscapes. Bush has, however, recently come out in support for immigration reform. According to Dallas Morning News, President George W. Bush will talk about how immigration reform is good for the country on Wednesday at the Bush Institue, followed by a panel discussion titled “What Immigrations Contribute.” Bush’s immigration overhaul was voted down in Congress when he was president, and the institute has put effort into proving the positive economic effects. To read more, please visit http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2013/07/george-w-bush-to-kick-off-immigration-forum-at-where-else-bush-institute.html/