Minnesota Bishop: Immigration Reform Moral Obligation

September 7, 2013 04:43 AM
 

John Neinstedt, Catholic archbishop of Minneapolis and St. Paul, writes in the Minneapolis Star Tribune that the U.S. has a moral obligation to enact fair, meaningful and comprehensive immigration reform. "Many [immigration reform] concerns are shrouded in myths, and it is important that, as we continue this public debate, the conversation is grounded in fact," he says. 

His full column can be found here.

 

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9/9/2013 02:31 AM
 

  The united states economics is based on supply and demand. We need legal workers only on farms. If you are unable to find workers for your farm labor you may have to pay a higher wage. If you are unable to pay a higher wage you might be farming more than you can handle and should give some of your acres up. This will allow beginning farmers and small farmers a chance in the farm business. This would give the US more farmers. The us tax payer should not have to pay for large farms to have cheap labor.​

 
 
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