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Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton say higher education can promote democracy, change lives

IRVING, Texas - Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, potential foes in the 2016 presidential contest, said Monday that higher education has the power to transform lives and be a force for democracy around the globe.

Another Bush run for the White House? Jeb may be up for it

By Gabriel Debenedetti and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - By all appearances, former Florida governor Jeb Bush is a man on a mission. His itinerary for the next several weeks includes stops in Tennessee, New Mexico and Nevada to appear with Republican candidates in this fall's elections or help them raise money for their campaigns.

Jeb Bush says he is not thinking about presidential bid - yet

* Bush says he will consider White House bid at 'proper time' * Rejects suggestions he has backtracked on immigration By John Whitesides WASHINGTON, March 10 (Reuters) - Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush appeared on five morning talk shows on Sunday to plug his new book on immigration, but said his heightened visibility does not mean he is re-entering politics or planning a White House run - not yet, anyway.

Jeb Bush twists and turns on immigration debate

For a member of one of America's foremost political families, Jeb Bush's reintroduction to the national stage this week could have gone more smoothly. Instead, the former governor of Florida twisted himself into a pretzel on immigration, a key issue on the political radar in the build up to the 2016 elections. He rankled fellow Republicans who accused him of undercutting their efforts to achieve comprehensive immigration reform, and became a target for Democrats including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who said Bush "made a fool of himself."

UPDATE 2-Immigration book stirs talk about Jeb Bush's political future

* Says undocumented immigrants can stay, but only as residents * Undocumented must return home to apply for citizenship * Bush says too early to decide if he will be a candidate in 2016 (Adds detail on Bush's Mexican-born wife) By David Adams MIAMI, March 5 (Reuters) - A new book about immigration reform published on Tuesday by Jeb Bush is fueling speculation that the former Florida governor may be considering a run at the presidency in 2016.

Jeb Bush takes tough approach to immigration reform in new book

* Bush says undocumented immigrants can stay, but only as residents * Undocumented must return home to apply for citizenship * Advocates for more legal immigration By David Adams MIAMI, March 5 (Reuters) - In a new book published on Tuesday former Florida Governor Jeb Bush seeks to claim the middle ground on the hot topic of immigration reform, proposing residency for undocumented immigrants but tough conditions for citizenship.
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