For immigration: if you break it, then you buy it

National political leaders seem intent on peering only into their electoral crystal balls — rather than their hearts, minds, or history books — for how to respond to the thousands of refugee children from Central America seeking safety in the U.S. Democrats and Republicans alike seem to be racing to beef up border security, to separate families more quickily and to deport thousands of kids as soon as possible.

U.S. labor organizations, including the Teamsters and the AFL-CIO, instead, have taken the position that comprehensive immigration reform is urgently needed and overdue. And frankly, we’re sick of people spinning fake solutions without acknowledging what caused the problem.


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