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More than 650 Employers Notified of an Immigration Audit for Possibly Hiring Illegal Aliens

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The Obama Administration has notified more than 650 employers across the nation that Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin auditing employee files in an effort to find businesses employing illegal aliens. The move is part of the administration's immigration strategy to focus the attention of enforcement on employers who hire illegal aliens rather than the illegal aliens themselves.

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Jobless Numbers Worsen in June

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Another 467,000 jobs were cut last month raising the nation's jobless rate to 9.5 percent. The cuts were more than 100,000 expected by analysts as the number of unemployed U.S. citizens nears 15 million. The federal government, however, continues to import more than 138,000 foreign workers every month, and the Pew Hispanic Center estimates that there are 8.3 million undocumented workers in the U.S. workforce.

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Introducing Quality-of-Life Maps for All U.S. (3,141 Counties)

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  by  Roy Beck

When I say I love America, I’m not talking about just an idea or ideal or a form of government. I’m talking about the actual land within the U.S. borders – the contours, the vegetation, the critters, the roads, the streams, the towns, the communities, the local cultures and . . . . . THE PEOPLE. I’m talking about 3,141 counties where all of America takes place. It is with great joy that I announce today that NumbersUSA is rolling out its QUALITY-OF-LIFE MAPS project on our website so that all Americans can track the overall health of our 3,141 counties and all inhabitants thereof.

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NumbersUSA Members Looking for Jobs that Some Say Americans Won't Do

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Our readers have sent us a lot of personal stories in response to Roy’s blog last week about his trip to the Midwest and who he found working at hotels and at a resort in the nation’s heartland. The jobs weren’t filled with imported labor, but instead Roy found hardworking Americans doing the jobs the open borders groups say Americans won’t do.

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Rep. Lamar Smith Makes the Case for Unemployed Americans in Nation's Largest Paper

Rep. Lamar Smith

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Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas) had an op-ed published in Monday's edition of USA Today speaking up for the more than 14 million unemployed United States citizens. The letter was published in response to the USA Today editorial "Recession freezes immigration debate but points to answers" also published in Monday's paper.

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How NumbersUSA Gives Jobless Americans a Voice in Pleading Their Case

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  by  James Robb

Last Tuesday, I wrote our members asking for donations so we can continue our faxing operation. For the very first time, I thought to put in an email address, so members could contact me directly. Scores wrote, including many who are unemployed and on the edge financially. Take this stirring message from Frances:

I want to thank you (NumbersUSA) for giving regular Americans the ability to participate in our government via your website, especially at this critical time in our American history.

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Rep. Todd Tiahrt Cosponsors Three Immigration-Reduction Bills

Rep. Todd Tiahrt

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Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R-Kan.) added his name to the list of cosponsors to three of the "5 Great Immigration-Reduction Bills" supported by NumbersUSA. On Thursday, Rep. Tiahrt cosponsored Rep. Phil Gingrey's Chain Migration Bill, Rep. Nathan Deal's Birthright Citizenship Act, and Rep. Marsha Blackburn's CLEAR Act.

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