Letters to the Editor April 3, 2014
McMorris Rodgers needs to stand up for her constituents
In a historic bipartisan 68-32 vote, last June the U.S. Senate passed an immigration reform bill that included a path to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants, an innovative temporary worker program, and increased visa numbers for skilled foreign workers, as well as a nationwide employment eligibility verification system and stricter border control.
This was a result of bipartisan cooperation among lawmakers, business groups, labor unions, agricultural interests and immigration advocates. Although many predict that the bill would pass in the U.S. House, the majority Republican lead...