Congress has just adjourned without any piece of workable legislation to address our nation’s immigration laws. While Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., introduced legislation in the waning moments before adjournment, many consider it election-driven and not a broadly acceptable solution. Randy Johnson of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has stated that he hopes that by early next year the Chamber and the AFL-CIO will have agreed on what should be in a comprehensive immigration reform bill. ...
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