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CIS Study Shines Light on Improving, yet Stark Employment Situation

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A recent analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies of public-use data released earlier this month by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that while there was some improvement in the number and share of native-born Americans and immigrants (legal and illegal) out of work, unemployment remains extraordinarily high.

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The New York Times Shows How Immigration Contributes to Inequality

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  by  Lisa Irving Venus
Many of our essential workers -- consisting of large numbers of Blacks, Hispanics, and women who were economically vulnerable before the pandemic -- have been potentially risking their lives to remain employed amidst outbreaks. For the unemployed, there is grim uncertainty.

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Koch Group and Mass Amnesty Advocate Lobbied Trump on DACA in White House Meeting Before Telemundo Interview

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A spokes -person for the pro-mass immigration Koch brothers’ network and an advocate for mass amnesty attended a White House meeting last week where President Trump was lobbied to allow illegal aliens to remain permanently in the United States.

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