Republicans Debate Tuesday Night

Manchester, NH (AP) -- Now it's the Republicans turn.

The ten announced GOP Presidential hopefuls will debate Tuesday night at St. Anselm College on the same stage where eight Democrats faced off two nights ago.

Immigration is shaping up to be a key issue.

Senator John McCain and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney clashed Monday over the immigration bill currently before the Senate, which McCain helped draft.

McCain says that while the bill has flaws, it offers practical solutions to a vexing problem.

Romney says the bill just won't work, while California Congressman Duncan Hunter says it would result in a "stampede for the American border" by illegal immigrants.

(Copyright 2007 by the Associated Press. All rights reserved.)


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