NYTimes: Pushing Back on Immigration

An article in the NY Times today:

There is nothing good about the country’s ever more merciless campaign of immigration enforcement. But at least there are emerging signs of resistance, from one of the most important, yet curiously disengaged, players in the debate: employers.

The article concludes that if we are ever going to achieve comprehensive immigration reform, businesses must join in the fight. I agree, but sincerely hope that businesses will push for just and fair reform. We need to humanize the immigration system – for individuals and for businesses.

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