Will Cheap Labor Kill Immigration Reform?Margaret Carlson
March 27 (Bloomberg) -- The bipartisan Gang of Eight senators hammering out immigration reform got through some dicey moments and was looking to finish its work. Until last week, that is, when they ran into the question of what to do about workers coming to the U.S. temporarily to fill jobs that most Americans are unwilling to do.
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