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Mainstream Columnist Supports Nationwide Mandatory E-Verify

Froma Harrop

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National Syndicated columnist Froma Harrop in light of high jobless rates called for nationwide use of E-Verify in her May 14 column entitled "Illegal Immigration in Tough Times." Harrop ranks No. 14 nationally in reader reach according to Media Matters for America and was a Hillary Clinton and John Edwards supporter.

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Rhode Island House Passes E-Verify

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The Rhode Island state house passed a mandatory E-Verify bill on Tuesday, but the measure now goes to the state Senate where it's failed the last two years. The bill would require private employers to use E-Verify, which expands an executive order, which requires government contractors to use the workplace verification tool.

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Two New Cosponsors for Chain Migration Bill

Reps. Bob Filner and John Kline

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California Rep. Bob Filner and Minnesota Rep. John Kline have just added their names to the list of cosponsors for Rep. Phil Gingrey's H.R.878 (Nuclear Family Priority Act). The bill now has 25 cosponsors who are trying to relieve population pressure on America's environmental resources, on congested communities and on depressed labor markets.

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Obama's Border Efforts to Focus on Technology

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The Obama Administration and the Department of Homeland Security is trying to improve border security by using technology that failed pilot tests during the Bush administration. DHS is working on a five-year plan that will link tower sensors along the 2,000-mile Southern border, which the department believes will speed up border agent's response time to illegal aliens and drug smugglers.

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Is U.S. Immigration Law Racist?

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  by  Charles Breiterman

An individual located in the Midwest who has a master’s degree, and is working towards a doctoral degree made the following assertions on her web site: 1) the United States promotes and fosters immigration from nations that are mostly composed of white Europeans; and 2) the United States attempts to cap immigration from Hispanic nations and nations that are majority non-white. If one educated person has these misconceptions, then many others may share it.

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