Trumka: 'Americans in All but Paper' Deserve a Road Map, not an Obstacle Course to Citizenship

June 17, 2013

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka released the following statement this morning on creating a commonsense immigration process:

Working people, including the 12 million members of the AFL-CIO, would like to remind our elected leaders why there is no higher legislative priority than immigration reform, which must include a certain and inclusive path to citizenship and respect the rights of America’s workers.

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