ITI News Roundup: Immigration, Innovation

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Good morning.  Today's ITI Daily News Roundup is live.  Today's top stories include an op-ed from former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Clint Bolick, the director of the Goldwater Institute's Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation.  Their message to the GOP:  It's time to pass immigration reform.

"No Republican would vote for legislation that stifled economic growth, promoted illegal immigration, added to the welfare rolls, and failed to ensure a secure border. Yet they essentially will do just that if they fail to pass comprehensive immigration reform—and leave in place a system that does all of those things."

Also, we look at new innovations in 3-D printing, automated vehicles, and how innovative teaching means that higher education has to take a hard look in the mirror.

You can check out all of the stories here

Have stories to share?  Or ideas you think we should include in the Roundup?  Let us know at ideas@itic.org.


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