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Immigration talks back on track, union says

Talks on a new visa program for low-skilled workers are “back on the right track” after a dispute over wages stalled progress on a Senate immigration reform bill, the lead union negotiator said Wednesday.

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Most Californians favor citizenship path for [sic] illegal immigrants

Only 19% of California voters said [sic] illegal immigrants should be required to leave. More than half see immigrants as a positive economic force in the state.

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Act to Keep Families Together -- Stop the Deportations

Call on legislators during the congressional spring break (through April 5) to urge their support to defend and uphold family unity -- and to commit to ending the cycle of deportations that traumatize, separate and destroy the dreams of hundreds of thousands of immigrants and their families. Read more >

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'Gang of 8' Soldiers On After Budget Split

The Senate’s bipartisan immigration group insists that its deliberations were unaffected by a weekend vote that saw the eight senators working to produce a bill by early April split along party lines.

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Black Immigrants for Historic Rally for Immigration Reform

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 11, 2013: An estimated 700 African Americans and Black immigrants from the Caribbean, Africa, Latin America and throughout the globe will join Clergy United to Save and Heal, a Caribbean Clergy Faith Based Network for a pro-immigration rally on D.C.

The ‘Black Communities for Immigrant Justice Rally’ is set for Wednesday March 20, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the United States Capitol Grounds.
The rally’s aim is to demonstrate the strength and unity of black immigrant groups on the immigration reform debate. Read more >

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Immigration Reform Set to Boost Business, Undermine Rights

As D.C. politicians quibble over immigration-reform details, their plans all make the same mistakes. Read more >

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