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Contact the White House before Today's Immigration Summit

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Today, Pres. Barack Obama and the White House will host a bi-partisan group of Congressional leaders to jump-start the discussion on amnesty and immigration reform. It is imperative that you call and fax the White House NOW and tell Pres. Obama to say no to offering amnesty to illegal aliens and increasing work visas while more than 14 million Americans are looking for work. Visit your Action Buffet NOW and help us counter the 25,000 pro-amnesty phone calls made to the White House earlier this week.

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693,437 Anti-Amnesty, LESS-Immigration Faxes So Far This Month

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  by  Roy Beck

At the moment I am posting this blog, our computers show that voters who care about their unemployed American neighbors have sent 693,437 faxes THIS MONTH through NumbersUSA to Congress and the White House. The message of the faxes is loud and clear: NO amnesty and LESS immigration.

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Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson Urges White House to Require E-Verify for Federal Contractors

Rep. Jim Matheson

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Utah Democratic Representative Jim Matheson wrote a letter to Pres. Barack Obama urging him to require E-Verify for federal contractors. Pres. Obama delayed a 2008 executive order that would require federal contractors to use E-Verify. It was the third time the order had been delayed and the fourth by Obama. Rep. Matheson's letter was signed by 12 members of the Blue Dog Coalition members.

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Poll Reveals that Progressives Believe High Immigration Hurts America

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A new poll conducted by Progressives for Immigration Reform reveals that progressives believe that high immigration levels have negatively impacted the quality of life in the United States. They also believe that high immigration levels negatively impact the environment and hurt American workers.

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Three E-Verify Amendments Offered to Tourism Bill

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Senator Jeff Sessions and Senator Charles Grassley have offered three amendments to a tourism bill is being debated on the Senate floor. The Travel Promotion Act of 2009 (S.1023) would establish a non-profit corporation to communicate United States entry policies and otherwise promote leisure, business, and scholarly travel to the United States. NumbersUSA is not taking a stance on the bill itself, but we do support the amendments.

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Nursing Shortage Creates Debate Between Importing Foreign Nurses or Improving US Conditions

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According to a Business Week report, there are more than 100,000 open nursing positions in the United States with more nurses likely needed should the Obama Administration successfully reform health care this summer, which would insure millions of uninsured Americans. Many health care facilities want to import foreign nurses, but President Obama and the nurses' unions want to improve conditions for American nurses.

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