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Rick Perry Created Thousands of Jobs For Immigrants

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Rick Perry Created Thousands of Jobs For Immigrants

GOP presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry points to job growth in Texas during the current economic downturn as one of his primary accomplishments. But an analysis of Current Population Survey (CPS) data collected by the Census Bureau shows that immigrants, legal and illegal, have been the primary beneficiaries of job growth in Texas since […]

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NY Times – Imprisoning Illegal Immigrants a Global Industry

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NY Times – Imprisoning Illegal Immigrants a Global Industry

From The New York Times: A handful of multinational security companies have been turning crackdowns on immigration into a growing global industry. Especially in Britain, the United States and Australia, governments of different stripes have increasingly looked to such companies to expand detention and show voters they are enforcing tougher immigration laws. Some of the […]

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From the Blogosphere: Mandatory E-Verify Would Overwhelm Social Security Administration, Increase Disability Backlog

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From the Blogosphere: Mandatory E-Verify Would Overwhelm Social Security Administration, Increase Disability Backlog

From Scott Hochberg, strengthensocialsecurity.com, Our Future The train of threats to Social Security this year keeps on rolling, this time from the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. The “E-Verify” program threatens to undermine the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the millions of Americans who rely on it. Assuming the President stays the course and refuses to propose […]

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