Business leaders: Immigration reform a 'common sense issue'
MORRISTOWN - With the U.S. House of Representatives poised to weigh in on the immigration debate, several New Jersey business leaders say comprehensive legislative reform will help businesses grow and ease concerns over employers hiring illegal immigrants.
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#1 Sep 5, 2013
Too bad these people are in a hurry to get cheap labor.if it takes 20 years for them to be legal,thats what it is.who cares if you cant hire them.we need to close those borders,let bp do their jobs.we should only worry about america.this is what happens when you come ilegally.no one wants to deal with you.unless they are looking for cheap labor.no amnesty,no reform.take number and wait.thats what you should have done to start with.no easy way out.
#2 Sep 5, 2013
Writing that slave loving corporations favor amnesty is like writing that the sun will rise in the east. There's no point in writing an article about anything so obvious. Morristown and all of Morris county New Jersey is the home of many multinational corporations.
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