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This came over the transom from the City of Anaheim last week, but still worth sharing:

ANAHEIM PASSES RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF COMPREHENSIVE FEDERAL IMMIGRATION REFORM

 ANAHEIM, Calif. (April 18, 2013)  At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved a Resolution in support of comprehensive federal immigration reform.  The Resolution encourages the United States Congress to adopt and enact immigration reform based on six main principles, many of which have been outlined by both business and labor groups working in collaboration to promote reform at the federal level. 

As outlined in the resolution, the immigration reform would provide a path to citizenship for nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, focus on securing international borders while providing practical controls, improve the current visa program, assess the labor market’s needs accurately and admit foreign workers based on those needs, increase workforce talent outreach programs, and effectively process the backlog of existing visa applications streamlining the process.   

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