Here is the latest news on the immigration reform.
On Wednesday, January 8, 2014 the conservatives and the biggest lobby In the United States and they fought over changing immigration laws. People who want get new immigration laws are going to try and get the Republicans to finally make a law changes for immigrants and those who are trying to do anything that takes away from President Obama’s health care law. There was a battle where people who wanted to change immigration laws and said they demands congressional action going for the hoping of something god coming out of the discussions.
John Boehner R-Ohio House Speaker behind closed doors told Republicans coming up any day soon give brief report morals of the Republican Party on this issue. This could be the beginning of legislation for them.
The U.S, Chamber of Commerce is a big Republican supporter and to get this legislation past they promised “to pull out all the stops”
Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue in his state of American Business Address explained, “We’re determined to make 2014 the year the immigration reform is finally enacted”.
Tom Donohue said the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that his group is going to do some lobbying make communications and do some lobbying, making communications and to get a collaboration with the unions resembling the way they had a promise of a bipartisan bill in the Senate in 2013.
He gave a news conference sometime after his speech and said the U.S. Chamber of Commerce went to the house and talked an=bout immigration and had a way positive response.
The letter the Republican’s gave to President Obama included “so called comprehensive investigation reform may be a good deal for big businesses who want to reduce labor costs, and it may be a good deal for progressive labor union seeking new workers from abroad but it’s an awful deal for US workers including African Americans and Hispanic communities enduring Chronically high unemployment.
An Iowa Representatives from the House Steve King Iowa reducing immigrants will take attention away from what he called the “calamity” of the health care law.