Restaurant operators are losing ground in their long, steady campaign to secure real immigration reform. There are a lot of reasons why immigration reform has been blown off course: grandstanding presidential candidates who oppose it, self-appointed citizen border patrol posses, and xenophobic state and city laws. There are also such issues as the Patriot Act, the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, a do-nothing Congress and, of course, the permanent pain spawned from a certain ...
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