Illinois Employers Want Immigration Reform
Local jobs from farmhand to engineer are being held back by a lack of national immigration reform, local employers said at a panel hosted Wednesday by the McLean County Chamber of Commerce.
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#1 Aug 8, 2013
Careful what you wish for! Do you realize that if these 120 million illegals are given citizenship the next step will be to unionize them? If their names are all in the hat, it's just a matter of mailing out the forms. Don't think for a minute that big labor isn't involved up to their neck in this Dem. scheme.
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