Call to action on immigration reform

Call to action on immigration reform

IMMIGRATION reform remains out of reach, despite continued support from the agricultural and business communities.

Last Thursday, Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R., Fla.) introduced drafted legislation that he felt could garner bipartisan support while learning lessons from the 1986 amnesty bill and last year's Senate bill so as to "not repeat their mistakes."

However, Diaz-Balart said Republican leaders informed him that they have

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