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Unemployed locals resent local jobs going to out-of-town immigrants

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Locals in Shelbyville, Tenn. aren't happy with who they're having to compete with for jobs at the town's Tyson Foods Plant. As millions of unemployed Americans are looking for any kind of work, many, like the ones in Tennessee, are finding themselves competing with foreign workers for jobs in their own hometowns.

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Key Democrat says national health care can NOT include illegal aliens -- But amnesty would lock in the illegal health cost

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  by  Roy Beck

A key Democratic Senator in the health care overhaul says illegal aliens can't be covered under whatever emerges. Open-borders advocates are howling.  Here's the big question for national Democratic leaders:  If they recognize that national health insurance for illegal aliens is too expensive, can they see that an amnesty essentially locks in the cost by qualifying 12-20 million illegal aliens for the health care -- plus millions of their relatives who will follow?

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Keep those Faxes Coming!

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  by  Solomon Gifford

I just finished looking at our fax reports this morning. Members ordered 43,340 faxes to Congress, the President, and Secretary Napolitano yesterday. This compares to 44,732 faxes on Monday. As Director of Technology at NumbersUSA, it is my job, among other things, to make sure these get delivered.

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Ohio Lawmaker Pushing E-Verify

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Twelve states have some form of mandatory E-Verify legislation in place and now Ohio is looking to add another state to the list. State Rep. Courtney Combs introduced legislation yesterday that would require both public and private companies to use the successful workplace verification tool.

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