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What Pres. Obama Seemed to Say About Immigration in His State-of-the-Union Address

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  by  Roy Beck

Pres. Obama's obtuse sentence on immigration in his address to the nation revealed a great fear of how the American people would react if he directly called for more foreign workers and for permanent jobs for the estimated 8 million illegal foreign workers. He seemed to be trying to signal to the supporters of amnesty and "comprehensive immigration reform" that he was still behind them but in words that the voters watching on TV wouldn't understand:

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Emergency Room Treatment for Illegal Aliens in Las Vegas Costs Taxpayers $2 Million per Month

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A report by the Las Vegas Review-Journal found that illegal aliens receiving dialysis treatment were costing the hospital more than $2 million per month. Nevada taxpayers are forced to pay for a situation that the report says "continues to worsen."

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What A Jobs-Focused State-of-the-Union Address Ought To Say About Immigration

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  by  Roy Beck

What Pres. Obama says -- or doesn't say -- about immigration will be the easiest tip-off to whether his first priority truly is putting Americans back to work. Or whether his talk about jobs is mainly a political ploy to gain back support from Independent voters. Here is what he should say . . .

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Rep. Gary Miller Says Amnesty Will Kill American Jobs

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In an op-ed piece published by the Daily Caller, Rep. Gary Miller criticizes the Administration and Congressional leadership for not doing enough for America's 15 million unemployed. Specifically, Rep. Miller says that the Gutierrez Amnesty bill introduced in the House would "jeopardize millions of jobs for Americans and legal residents."

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Symbolism That Matters -- Signing the Chaffetz/Kratovil Anti-Amnesty Resolution

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  by  Roy Beck

Yes, H.Res. 1026 is only a "sense of Congress" resolution. It is non-binding. It does not fix any problems. But it does provide us an opportunity to get Members of Congress on record without having a vote on an amnesty bill. Here is why that is important . . .

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Reps. Jason Chaffetz and Frank Kratovil Introduce Pro-Enforcement, Anti-Amnesty Resolution

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Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) has introduced a bi-partisan House Resolution along with Rep. Frank Kratovil (D-Md.) and 20 other House Members that would state the House's resolve to 1) mandate the nationwide use of E-Verify, 2) secure the borders, and 3) prevent any amnesty as part of an immigration reform bill.

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