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Is Immigration Reform Alive?
|Posted on September 18, 2013 at 4:39 AM|
Late last Spring(2013), I attended an Immigration Reform forum in the K Street corridor of Washington, DC. There, for the first time, I met Simon Rosenberg of NDN and what awed me about Simon was his enthusiasm about getting an Immigration Reform Bill passed. Since then, the Immigration Reformed Bill has passed the US Senate and the baton has been passed to the House of Representatives. On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, at his offices a stone-throw away from the White House, Mr. Rosenberg hosted a discussion on "Evaluating Immigration Reform's Prospects" with Frank Sharry of America's Voice and Tamar Jacoby of ImmigrationWorks USA.
Once again Mr. Rosenberg was optimistic that the House of Representatives would move forward on Immigration Reform within the next couple of weeks. If that is the case, those of us who are proponents of comprehensive Immigration Reform, can only wait and see what House Republicans would introduce as legislation to lure, trap and capture Latino admiration at the polls in 2014 and 2016.
Categories: Immigration Reform