Immigration supporters use various strategies to push for reform

Supporters of a comprehensive bill on immigration are employing new strategies as chances of passing a broad deal in Congress appear to narrow, according to this article. Ads from the AFL-CIO and Service Employees International Union are using a "sharper tone" to target Republican lawmakers, according to this article. Meanwhile, an agricultural industry trade group has suggested the Department of Agriculture, rather than the Labor Department, handle the agricultural guest-worker program if immigration overhaul fails in Congress.

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