LGBT community can make difference in passing immigration reform

07/31/2009 | Pam's House Blend

Julie Kruse, policy director for Immigration Equality, in this guest post calls on the LGBT community to reach out to lawmakers to urge the passage of an immigration-reform bill that would allow Americans to sponsor their foreign, same-partners for U.S. residency. "If LGBT voters can bring our champions to the table in support of an inclusive bill this time, we have a chance of making a real difference not just for our families, but for every family suffering under the current immigration system," Kruse writes.

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