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That's what several news reports published over the weekend suggest. And while the Trump campaign issued a statement denying any shift on immigration policy, top surrogates and campaign operatives hinted that a change just might be on its way.

The issue: what to do with the estimated 11 million immigrants already living in the United States illegally.

Policing the language of the Holocaust in Poland

Aug 22, 2016
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It's hard to find words to describe an abomination like Auschwitz, the infamous Holocaust death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.

However, if you choose the wrong words, you might soon end up in jail.

This week Poland's ruling right-wing Law and Justice Party pushed for a new law that would forbid the use of phrases like "Polish death camp" or "Polish concentration camp," which the party says imply that Poland was responsible for atrocities perpetrated by Nazis during the Holocaust. If the law passes, there could be a penalty of up to three years in prison.

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