Immigration, faith and labor leaders in Sacramento will meet today, Tuesday, January 29, at 1:30pm at the Federal Building, 501 I Street, in downtown Sacramento to discuss immigration reform proposals by the US Senate and President Barack Obama.

According to the media advisory distributed by Sacramento Central Labor Council, “A bipartisan Senate group beginning the process to address our failed immigration system is an important and long overdue first step toward addressing our country’s broken immigration system. We are especially encouraged to see that at long last there is bipartisan agreement on our top priority, that immigration reform must include a viable path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants who call America home.”


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