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Sensible Immigration Reform

Resolving the status of the 10-12 million illegal aliens currently residing in the United States.

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  • May 4, 2010
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Immigration Reform is possible what we need is another untouchable unit to take this on free from bias and coruption. Businesses r thetarget
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review by . August 06, 2009
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Let's get real!   There is no possibility of resolving the deep divisions in this  country until the matter of illegal immigration is settled once and for all.  And let me be clear here.  I am furious at both political parties for their selfish and totally inept handling of this situation over the past two decades.  One of the primary responsibilities of any government is to secure the borders.  For their own selfish reasons both Democrats and Republicans …
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To: Interested Parties From: Pete Brodnitz, BSG Date: June 2, 2009 Re: Recent Polling on Immigration Reform While comprehensive immigration reform has some vocal opponents, in our recent national poll, we found that the vast majority of voters (two thirds or more depending on the details) favor comprehensive immigration reform, a position that has not wavered in the face of an economic downturn. There is widespread support for a comprehensive approach to solving the issue of illegal immigration – among all political parties, regions, ages, both genders, and those who are undecided on the 2010 Congressional race. Voters see a relationship between comprehensive immigration reform and the economy and perceive an economic and fiscal benefit to passing reform. In fact, the economic situation has increased the desire for quick action on immigration reform.

More than 8 in 10 Democratic, Republican, and Independent voters support Congress passing comprehensive reform, as do 86% of voters who are undecided on the 2010 congressional race. This indicates the potential appeal of comprehensive immigration reform as a bipartisan issue.

The comprehensive proposal is seen as a balanced approach that is fair to both taxpayers (81% agree) and illegal immigrants (79% agree), and 91% agree that the comprehensive proposal would help taxpayers by making illegal ...

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