The great divide

May 2006
Westchester County Business Journal;5/22/2006, Vol. 45 Issue 21, p50
The article comments on the proposal by United States President George W. Bush that addresses the problem of illegal workers in the country. Bush called for an immigration reform that includes the enforcement of border patrols and the creation of a guest-worker program. The program would create a path to citizenship for people that will meet the employment needs of the country.


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