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Month: September 2013

Comprehensive immigration reform bill takes shape – slowly

Undocumented immigrants are faced with both good news and bad at the moment.  On the positive side, reports are suggesting that there may be positive moves ahead for immigration reform in the days to come, and rights of citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States may finally start to …

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Colorado business leaders want immigration reform

With Washington on the brink of meltdown with large portions of Colorado attempting to get back on its feet after flooding and the possibility of a complete government shutdown looming, business leaders on Monday urged Congress to not forget about the need for immigration reform. A mammoth piece of legislation for comprehensive immigration reform, which …

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College town economies affected by immigration reform

With news of the possibility of impending immigration reform continuing to spread, support still comes in from a variety of places.  Last week the presidents of Florida universities joined the call for change, with the great majority feeling that the economies of the towns that surround college campuses are reliant on graduate students, but that …

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