The Only Immigration Bill To Clear House Judiciary This Year Is Anti-Immigrant
The House Judiciary Committee has finally voted on its first immigration bill this year! Except that instead of creating a permanent solution to the immigration system, they're once again pushing forward an anti-immigration agenda by ostensibly approving a bill that "reins in the growing problem of executive overreach."Full Story
#1 Mar 7, 2014
So taxpayers will no longer have to pay government employees to assist illegal aliens in gamming the system. Saving money and increasing deportations at the same time. Sounds like a win win for Americans.
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