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Urge Homeland Security Spending Bill Conferees to Keep Immigration Amendments in the Bill

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The conference committee for the Homeland Security spending bill will meet today at 1 p.m. WE NEED YOUR HELP IMMEDIATELY!!! If one of your Members of Congress (see the list) is a conferee please VISIT YOUR ACTION BUFFET where you'll find a fax and phone note with talking points, urging them to keep the Senate-approved amendments in the bill.

HOUSE CONFEREES

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Truth in Labeling for American Apparel

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  by  Caroline Espinosa

The California clothing manufacturer, American Apparel, is firing about 1,800 employees whose identity documents contain irregularities. In other words, they are illegal aliens. The wording in the articles, columns, and editorials written about this would have you believe that the people being fired have done nothing wrong. But they have.

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More of your Emails on Illegal Immigration and the Quality of Life

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  by  James Robb

Hello, NumbersUSA members. Jim here.

I've been reading through (and answering) emails you’ve sent me lately. Many members have shared heartbreaking and hair raising tales of out-of-control immigration. Especially illegal immigration. Thought I'd share a few of the 100–200 emails members send me every week.

From the "everything’s broken" department:

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Obama’s stance on energy/environment doesn't jibe with his immigration goals

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  by  Dave Gorak

The president has talked a lot since taking office about creating new energy guidelines, and the White House paid the usual lip service to Earth Day. But I’m wondering: How does this president square his energy and environmental concerns with his apparent willingness to continue fueling our population growth with a reckless immigration policy that benefits only vote-hungry politicians and companies fearful of losing their abundant supply of cheap foreign labor?

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Senate Committee Defeats Immigration Amendment to Health Care Proposal but Verification Remains Intact

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The Senate Finance Committee is considering amendments to Committee Chairman Max Baucus' health care reform proposal, and they defeated an immigration-related amendment offered by Sen. Chuck Grassley and Sen. Jon Kyl. The amendments would have required applicants for Medicaid or tax subsidies to show a government-issued photo ID. They were both defeated along party lines.

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