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E-Verify Is Much Stronger Than This Week's Negative News Reports -- But SAVE Act Needed

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  by  Roy Beck

I hope very critical news reports about E-Verify this week did not shake your confidence in mandatory workplace verification. I will tell you there is more to the story, but also that the weaknesses in E-Verify are why we call for the passage of the SAVE Act which has extra provisions to combat identity fraud. . . .

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Recent Media On Capturing Hispanic Vote Misses That Most Hispanics Think Immigration Too High

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Highly paid PR firms for the open-borders lobby have gotten stories in many major newspapers this month suggesting that the only way to attract the Hispanic vote is to favor a comprehensive amnesty and also an increase in foreign workers. But a massive Zogby poll shows Hispanic views to be quite different . . .

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Rep. Mike Coffman Cosponsors Chain Migration Bill

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Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman has cosponsored Rep. Phil Gingrey's H.R. 878, the Nuclear Family Priority Act. The bill now has 30 cosponsors, and if passed, would relieve population pressure on America's environmental resources, congested communities and depressed labor markets by eliminating some of the categories under current law.

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188,358 Businesses Using E-Verify - Generating 5 Million Inquiries Since October

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A new report from the Department of Homeland Security reveals that 188,358 businesses are using E-Verify at nearly 700,000 worksites. More than 50,000 businesses have signed up for E-Verify in the last six months and the number of worksites has almost doubled since January of 2009.

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Conservative Leaders (not activists) Cold-Shoulder The Jobless By Ignoring Immigration

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  by  Roy Beck

Most of the spotlighted conservative leaders at the giant CPAC convention this weekend showed that they are far more interested in the feelings of Republican Party major donors than in offering help for 25 million Americans who can't find a full-time job. Americans might have hoped that finally at this meeting there would be a sign of true leadership in stopping the massive importation of new foreign workers during a jobs depression. But on that topic, hope was as scarce as at the Obama White House.

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