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Monday, October 04, 2010

Sen. Menendez Introduces Amnesty Bill Day Before Congressional Recess

email imageFAIR Legislative Update: In a final attempt to woo amnesty advocates into the voting booths this November, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), the Senate Democratic Campaign Committee Chairman, introduced an amnesty bill late Wednesday evening as Congress was poised to recess for the midterm elections. The 874-page bill, entitled Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2010, would exponentially increase the number of immigrants in the country to unprecedented levels by granting amnesty to the estimated 13 million illegal aliens currently in the U.S., permitting them to bring in their spouses, children, and other relatives from other countries, and by issuing hundreds of thousands of new green cards through the process the authors call “recapture.” Read the full article

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