Why business and labor can’t agree on an immigrant labor program

by Ted Hesson

Leaders from business and labor are closer to making a deal on a new visa that would create a legal pathway to the U.S. for some lesser-skilled immigrant workers. An agreement would shape how an immigration reform bill being drafted in the Senate deals with the so-called “future flow” of workers.

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