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BEWARE: House 'border bill' weakens current law

By Grant Newman, Friday, September 27, 2013, 12:12 PM EDT

As Congress gets back to work following a long August recess, the House appears to be gearing up to vote on its own immigration bills. Rumors on the Hill suggest that a non-controversial border security bill will be the first to see a vote. The lack of controversy, however, is precisely what makes this bill a major problem; it doesn’t actually do anything, aside from weakening current law.

College Grads Can't Find Work While Feds Continue to Flood Job Market with Foreign Workers

By Grant Newman, Thursday, June 3, 2010, 3:00 PM EDT

For the past five years I have been a full-time student, first receiving my B.A., then moving on to law school. With only two years left in law school and a serious amount of debt piling up, the thought of finding a job after I receive my J.D. is constantly on my mind. Unfortunately, the Labor Department has reported that times have never been harder on Americans my age even though the federal government continues to import high levels of foreign workers.

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