Businesses, other groups at odds over immigration issue

Khasru, B.Z.
April 1996
Fairfield County Business Journal;04/1/96, Vol. 35 Issue 14, p10
Reports on Senator Alan Simpson's agreement to drop a provision in the immigration reform bill he is sponsoring, which decreases the number of foreign workers companies may bring in the United States. Debate in the United States Senate over Simpson's proposal; Opposition of the business sector to the provision, citing three problems; Terms of the existing immigration bill.


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