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Rep. Lamar Smith pans Senate immigration proposal as ‘amnesty’

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NumbersUSA, a group that helped kill the last immigration reform push in 2007, came out against the Senate proposal on Monday and vowed to mobilize its supporters against it.“If the Senate were serious about reforming our failed immigration system, the first step of their plan would be immediate, mandatory use of E-Verify — the workplace enforcement measure that ensures jobs are only given to U.S. citizens and those who are here legally,” said Rosemary Jenks, NumbersUSA’s director of government affairs.“Instead, the Senate Gang’s proposal is ‘Amnesty 2.0’ — meaningless enforcement measures, mass amnesty, and increases in legal immigration, with taxpayers left to foot the bill.” Mike Lillis in The Hill

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