Republican donors to GOP leaders Bipartisan immigration reform
On the 10th anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a group of GOP business leaders are urging Republican congressional leaders to grant “Dreamers” legal status to help ease inflation and the U.S. labor shortage.
On Wednesday, a letter was sent to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy,
Requesting that they reach a deal on immigration to provide permanent legal status to the immigrants brought to the U.S.
illegally as children.
The letter was sent by 14 donors who call themselves “life-long Republicans.”
The donors wrote, “Improving border security and providing a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers is not only morally right; it is also absolutely crucial to addressing labor shortages, reducing food prices and creating jobs for all American families.”
On DACA’s 10th anniversary, a group of GOP business leaders said protecting Dreamers would help ease the nation’s labor shortages, reduce food prices and create jobs for all