To restaurateurs like Louis Barrios, whose family owns the Los Barrios and La Hacienda de Los Barrios restaurants in San Antonio, immigration reform is a pressing issue that’s frustratingly misunderstood.Not only does this country’s aging population require the use of immigrant labor, says Barrios, who is also president of the San Antonio Restaurant Association, but Congress seems even more divided on the subject than during the summer of 2007, when it soundly quashed its last efforts at ...

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