U.S. Immigration Conference August 7, 2013
Keep your eyes on the U.S.-Mexico conference Wednesday (Aug 7, 2013) in El Paso Texas. This meeting is to discuss the U.S. – Mexican economic relationship with Free Trade. The North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was penned nearly 20 years (January 1, 1994) ago between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. This meeting will be focusing on the competitiveness agenda between the U.S. and Mexico. Included in these discussions is immigration reform.
Depending on the outcome of these discussions, they may impact the future of the Republican Party in Texas. Border States like Arizona support immigration reform while Texas is holding out.
IMMIGRATION AND EDUCATION
Charles Fosters (Republican) Immigration advisor for George W. Bush and Barack Obama wants Texas to support the reform. Some republicans in Texas object that the new rules are not specific enough. Education is one issue that should be supported since these children are already in the States. Let’s get educated to improve the overall country. Passing the Immigration bill is said to create more jobs. Arizona has come around. Let’s see how Texas does after the talks from this Wednesday’s meeting.
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