In his syndicated column (Nov. 6), Rich Lowry stated, “ … and no one who debated and adopted the 14th Amendment contemplated a large-scale influx of undocumented immigrants, or the rise of birth tourism.”

He was making a point about how the public and the Supreme Court might want to revisit the 14th Amendment, relative to birthright citizenship.

Look at an amendment to reflect the changes that have occurred since the amendment’s inception? Maybe the public and the courts should look at the 2nd Amendment the same way.

Robert Limoges, Poland

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