Who Cares About Citizenship? Why Good Immigration Reform Benefits You

February 3, 2014

While on a retreat from Capitol Hill last week, House Republicans leaked a document that outlines some principles for immigration reform. The document falls far short of a real plan to action. It hasn’t been released formally by House Speaker John Boehner or anyone in the Republican Party; it remains merely a “draft for discussion.” Most troubling, the document focused heavily on enforcement and anti-worker provisions and did not provide aspiring Americans with a real opportunity to ever become citizens.

Previous Article
Volkswagen Workers in Tennessee to Vote on Forming First Works Council in U.S.
Volkswagen Workers in Tennessee to Vote on Forming First Works Council in U.S.

On Feb. 12–14, workers at the Chattanooga, Tenn., Volkswagen factory will vote...

Next Article
Winner and Loser of the Week
Winner and Loser of the Week

In a new weekly feature, we'll be taking a look at the winners and losers of the...