Mitt Romney sought to broaden his appeal among Hispanic voters on Thursday afternoon, recasting some of the hard-line positions he took during the heated Republican primary race and offering his most extensive comments on the divisive topic of immigration. The former Massachusetts governor, calling immigration reform “a moral imperative,” said he would overhaul the green card system, allowing families to stay together by exempting caps for the spouses and young children of legal residents.
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