Earlier this summer, comprehensive immigration reform was dealt a serious setback as the U.S. Senate failed to muster the necessary support to bring the package to a final vote.The measure, while far from perfect, offered a viable national approach to strengthen our borders, provide a mechanism for employers to hire from abroad when U.S. workers are not available and create a pathway for the undocumented already in the United States to earn legal status.Unfortunately, because of Washington’s ...
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