Working Family Advocates Lobby Congress for Immigration Policy with Road Map to Citizenship

June 12, 2013

On the first full day of the immigration reform debate in the U.S. Senate, more than 50 advocates and allies of working families flew to Washington, D.C., to ask members of Congress to support a plan that includes a road map to citizenship for aspiring Americans. Community leaders from nearly half the states in the union were in Washington to act as citizen lobbyists. Meanwhile, labor activists in numerous other states visited the offices of members of Congress in their home district to rally support for the bill.

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