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    N.M. ASKING CONGRESS FOR NATION WORKER PROGRAM

    Click here: The Citizen Media Group: February 2007
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    February 19, 2007
    HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO
    House Approves Border Bills

    The House approved creating a Border Security and Border Affairs Committee while agreeing to call on the U.S. Congress to create a national immigrant worker program. The bills are part of a four-part border package by Rep. Jeff Steinborn, D-Las Cruces,
    The Border Security and Border Affairs Committee, HJM 26, passed unanimously. It would help address health, security, and economic issues of the border. It would not overlap the work of the New Mexico Border Authority or Border Commission, Steinborn says.“Our border land has a complex set of challenges and we must take a comprehensive approach in dealing with them,
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    So this just passed in Committee, not by the NM Legislature right?

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    PASSED IN N.M. LEGISLATION

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    So this just passed in Committee, not by the NM Legislature right?

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    PASSED IN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO)......THE STATE HOUSE OF N.M. NOW... THEY ARE calling on the U.S. Congress to create a national immigrant worker PROGRAM... SO WE NEED TO WATCH FOR LEGISLATION COMING OUT OF N.M REPS TO CONGRESS
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