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Monday 06/30/14

Ag Leaders Question Next Steps on Immigration Reform
Leaders in agriculture who have worked on immigration reform questioned Monday what actions the Obama administration might take on its own.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 5:15PM CDT 06/30/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
I am always amazed on how many think they are all going to stay in ag when they get amnesty. Let's see how many drop the hoe and butcher knife, move to town and take jobs away from lazy whites and blacks. They will work harder for less and put their families on government subsides and live happily ever after. Does anyone remember what happened in '86?
Posted by CRAIG MOORE at 8:37AM CDT 07/01/14
If he will not enforce the law now, why would he enforce something he does not care for in a reformed law. The problem will still be present. I have not read of anyone opposing "legal immigration". Our fearless leaders actions continue. Kind of like Obamma Care. Force everyone to have insurance defined by the government. Then start granting exemptions to the criers with the biggest wallet.
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 6:07AM CDT 07/05/14
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