U.S. employers praise push for immigration reform

01/28/2013 | Reuters · Washington Post, The · RealClearPolitics

An initiative in Congress to overhaul U.S. immigration laws is drawing praise from employers, many of whom say the current system is broken and an obstacle to hiring. Microsoft's general counsel said he is "encouraged by the momentum" for immigration reform. National Council of Farmer Cooperatives President and CEO Charles Conner said the push is the best opportunity "in a generation" to solve farmers' immigration law problems.

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