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Who Cares About Insects? We All Should If We Care About Nature

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  by  Leon Kolankiewicz
Immigration is driving U.S. population growth, and will continue to account for almost all population growth over the next forty years. We need to think about the effects of growth when we formulate immigration policy. One of the effects is continuing sprawl, and the loss of habitat for wildlife.

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Judicial Watch sues to stop California's illegal immigrant stimulus program

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Judicial Watch announced a lawsuit Tuesday aimed at stopping California’s illegal immigrant stimulus program, saying Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to give out $75 million in taxpayers’ money to help those in the country illegally survive the coronavirus crisis is illegal.

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Are doctors and nurses 'Jobs Americans Won't Do'? A bipartisan group of Senators would have you believe so

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Senators Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), David Perdue (R-Ga.), Todd Young (R-Ind.), and Chris Coons (D-Del.) have introduced legislation that would give 40,000 green cards to foreign doctors and nurses, claiming we have a shortage of healthcare providers. But is the "shortage" due to a lack of Americans willing to enter the field, or is it more due more systemic issues?

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Green card bill would bring more foreign doctors, nurses to US despite greatest job loss since Great Depression

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A group of senators introduced new legislation Thursday to grant 40,000 unused green card slots to foreign health care workers needed to help U.S. medical professionals fight the coronavirus pandemic, despite the President's "immigration ban" and over 30 million joblessness claims in the past six weeks.

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WaPo Poll: 65 Percent of Americans Want All Immigration to U.S. Halted

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A majority of Americans want all immigration to the United States halted in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis, a new poll reveals.

Last week, President Trump signed an executive order slowing green card processing for less than ten percent of the 1.2 million legal immigrants annually admitted to the U.S.

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