Kan. House GOP split stalls immigrati...

Kan. House GOP split stalls immigration proposals

There are 1 comment on the KMAN-AM Manhattan story from Mar 28, 2012, titled Kan. House GOP split stalls immigration proposals. In it, KMAN-AM Manhattan reports that:

Proposals for cracking down on illegal immigration in Kansas are foundering because of a split among majority Republicans in the state House.

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Seattle, WA

#1 Mar 28, 2012
"Some rural Republicans back a proposal from influential business groups to create a program to place some illegal immigrants in hard-to-fill jobs in agriculture and other industries."

Translation: I need illegal aliens to pay subminimal wages so that my profits continue to increase!

The last poll I read said that over 80% of Americans have no confidence in our Congress. This cancer has bled down to state and local governments as well.

We are truly on our own, when the people who are suppose to govern have to be prodded to address the law!

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