The text boxes below have been placed in a random order. Reorder the paragraphs.
A. In 2005, immigration policy received far more genuine attention on Capitol Hill, and Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are now considering what to do about immigration policy.
B. Their various efforts have focused on a wide variety of changes in current policy, including improving border security, strengthening employer verification of employment, establishing a new temporary guest worker program, and offering some level of amnesty to illegal immigrants currently living in the United States.
C. At present, these proposals are working their way through the legislative process.
D. A lopsided, ideological approach that focuses exclusively on border security while ignoring migrant workers (or vice versa) is bound to fail.
E. However, to achieve results, immigration reform must be comprehensive.