Wolf, Carissa
October 2013
Boise Weekly;10/9/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p11
The article focuses on the reaction of businesses and politicians on the Senate Bill 744 on immigration in Idaho. It is noted that opponents see the bill as a ticket to amnesty while proponents say passage could boost the economy, unite families and extend civil liberties to workers. According to Brent Olmstead, executive director of the Milk Producers of Idaho, the No. 1 issue for the dairy industry nationwide is the immigration reform.


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