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What impact will Jose Antonio Vargas's story have on the upcoming DREAM Act hearings?
None. Republicans in the Senate will block this legislation.
Not much. Though Vargas's story might not affect the legislation, it humanizes the movement, thus driving popular support.
Realizing that undocumented immigrants are professional, tax paying Americans will make some reconsider the DREAM Act.
It will have a big impact. Jose Antonio Vargas gives the DREAM Act what it needs to become law.
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