Immigration overhaul could put business ahead of unemployment, says lawmaker

09/5/2013 | Hill, The

The move to overhaul immigration could place the interests of businesses ahead of unemployed U.S. workers, according to Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., who wrote an opinion piece for USA Today. The Senate immigration bill includes provisions to increase the number of green cards and guest-worker visas awarded, which could reduce opportunities for current residents, Sessions said. The House of Representatives may not take up the Senate bill, but two lawmakers seek to broaden the low-skilled, guest-worker program beyond the Senate's proposal, according to this article.

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