Should Congress Adopt H.R. 982 To Foreclose Job Opportunities For Illegal Aliens? CON

Roybal, Edward R.
January 1975
Congressional Digest;Jan1975, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p13
Presents arguments against the proposed legislative bill that will amend the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. Discriminatory nature of the legislative bill; Constitutionality of the proposed amendments; Tendency for the passage of the bill to complicate the plight of farmers and ranchers by denying them a viable labor market.


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