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If Farmworkers Earned More, Could We Afford What They Pick?

By   /  February 2, 2014  /  Around the nation  /   Comments

Tweet INS Veteran Shares Economic Benefits of Tighter Immigration Control Income inequality and the minimum wage have become national buzzwords, but noticeably absent from the conversation is the economic plight of American farmworkers. “Almost half the people laboring in our fields are U.S. citizens and legally authorized immigrants, but Americans tend to think they’re all [...]

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Immigration Reform Isn’t Amnesty

By   /  April 8, 2013  /  Charlie Harper  /   Comments

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Tweet After more than two years of Washington focused on short term contrived financial deadlines, our nation’s government is preparing for a different – and significant – policy debate.  Possibly as early as this week, the U.S. Senate is expected to release a bi-partisan proposal to reform immigration laws.

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Arizona-style Legislation Poses Significant Costs and Public Safety Concerns

By   /  April 15, 2011  /  Press Releases  /   Comments


Tweet By Volkan Topalli At each stage of the criminal justice system, the proposed Arizona-style legislative initiatives in Georgia represent a substantial and potentially devastating cost to its citizens, and significant unintended consequences for public safety. The new law would require peace officers to attempt to verify a suspect’s immigration status when the suspect is [...]

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