GA CIVIL RIGHTS COMMITTEE RELEASES REPORT ON IMMIGRATION REFORM
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Sent on behalf of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, State Advisory Committee in Georgia
Media Contact: Jerry González, GALEO Executive Director and Chairman of the State Advisory Committee in Georgia: Tel.: (404) 745-2580 / Email: Jerry@galeo.org
September 3, 2014 (ATLANTA, GA) – The Georgia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights released today a report on immigration reform. In its report to the Commission, the Georgia Advisory Committee urged the Congress and the President to act without further delay to permanently reform the nation’s broken immigration system.
In issuing its report, the Georgia Advisory Committee recommends that the Commission address this issue as a priority, and urges members of the Georgia Congressional to join with the Commission in reforming the country’s immigration laws in a manner that will improve public safety, provide fairness and equal opportunity in the market place, maintain family unity, allow for the children of undocumented immigrants to aspire to higher education, and permit the free expression of religion.Read more ...