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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

"No, dear, it doesn't work like that any more."


Most GOP-leaning business leaders want to hire more cheap foreign workers, but many are reluctant to see those workers get the right to vote, according to a new survey by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. 
Seventy-five percent of the surveyed GOP executives in the Midwest back the Senate’s June 2013 immigration rewrite, but only half support a provision in the bill that would allow roughly 12 million illegal immigrants to get citizenship and to vote in elections, the survey shows. 
“It is clearly rational, but it is the result of short-term thinking,” said Mark Krikorian, the director of the Center for Immigration Studies.

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