Posts Tagged ‘Immigration Reform’

Just Some Musings On Immigration

I haven’t written much about the immigration reform effort not for a lack of interest, but rather because I found myself adrift with respect to which direction I thought it should take. Generally, I favor “solving” the issue of 11 million or so people who have entered this country illegally and work and live here. [...]

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Labor Torpedoes Immigration Reform

Can you have immigration reform without a viable worker visa program? I think that most would answer no. Without a scheme that provides guest workers sufficient to meet the needs of employers as well as manages the flow of people who want to fill those needs we really just set ourselves up for the next [...]

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