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First, let's have some facts, shall we? There are 12,385,000 more people of working age (16-64, inclusive) today than there were in September of 2008. America is not suffering from a contracting workforce.
From the guy whose company would go to the ends of the earth for its people to hire them for 10% the cost of Michigan workers, now does so as your elected Governerd. Also, as Republican Michigander notes, Mexico, too.
Besides Rick Snyder, same 'ol same old... Amnesty for gatecrashers.
The immigration overhaul passed by the U.S. Senate could put a big squeeze on the budgets of state and local governments.
The proposal does not help states pay for costs incurred by required policy changes, including ramped up English classes and greater access to public hospitals and health clinics.
"Potentially, we are going to create a financial catastrophe for states and localities," said Sheri Steisel, senior federal affairs counsel and a human services expert at the National Conference of State Legislatures. "The states will end up with the cost and consequences of the federal decision-making, with very little resources to rely on to make up the difference."
Michiganders must really enjoy being little more than Debt Slaves. Wolverines - do not. Frankly, I don't see a snowball's chance in Hell that Snyder will be a second term anything in this state, but go ahead "liberty-minded network" with squandering your time and resources on Calley.
There were few opportunities for girls when Albania's civil war ended in the late 1990s, so Resilda Karafili's parents put her on a plane to Metro Detroit when she was 10 to live with relatives and get an education.
It was years before Karafili realized that she had been sent to the United States without proper documents. [STOP]
The global socialists bigotry of soft amnesty for lawbreakers. By the way, Resilda, our tax dollars sent to U of M Moscow on the Huron already subsidize your years ago aware illegal presence. Stop spitting in legal American citizens, and residents of Michigan's faces, get your paperwork in order, and shut up at the back of the line. Or, go b!tch at your disgusting parents for knowingly sending you into a position founded in lawlessness.