Insight: Quietly, businesses help reshape U.S. immigration debate
Texas Representative Ted Poe was looking for reassurance that backing an overhaul of U.S. immigration laws won’t be political suicide for conservatives like him – and he may have found it. Several business executives told the Republican that they can’t find enough Americans willing to cook fajitas, repair sidewalks and perform other types of unglamorous work that keeps the fourth-largest U.S. city humming. Many businesses have now quietly managed to reshaped the U.S. immigration debate, even if some conservative activists still object…
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