Boston Chamber helps launch biz coalition for immigration reform
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce has announced it is one of 25 founding members of a national business coalition called "Business for Skilled Worker Immigration," which seeks to overhaul immigration law for skilled workers in order to drive job creation.
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#1 Dec 19, 2012
If they're skilled in technical fields, even i support this. We need engineers and doctors and physicists. But no more illiterate third world losers.
#2 Dec 20, 2012
Funny how the same people that want to increase taxes on the wealthy and big business support the reduction of middle class wages through the importation of labor both legally and illegally. At the end of the day the wealthy end up with the same amount of money in their pockets by paying higher taxes and lower wages while the working people receive lower wages or lose their jobs all together. Redistribution of wealth. Take from the middle class and give to the rich and lazy.
#3 Dec 20, 2012
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