http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/15/us/politics/15immig.html?ref=us&pagewanted=print"When a comprehensive immigration bill collapsed last month on the Senate floor, it was a victory for a small group that had been lobbying Congress for a decade to reduce the number of immigrants — legal and illegal — in the United States. The group, Numbers USA, tracked every twist and turn of the bill. Its members flooded the Senate with more than a million faxes, sent through the organization’s Web site. It supplied arguments and information to senators opposing the bill. 'It was a David-and-Goliath struggle,' said Roy H. Beck, the president of Numbers USA..."
By Robert Pear, in the New York Times
Updated: Wed, Jun 18th 2008 @ 11:56am EDT