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California leaders tell Supreme Court that undocumented workers are making the state stronger

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, March 09, 2016

A cross section of California leaders in business, education, law enforcement and religion joined Tuesday in urging the Supreme Court to uphold President Obama's plan to offer temporary relief and work permits to as many as 5 million immigrants who have been living in the U.S. illegally.

They drew a sharp contrast with Texas, which has complained of the burden imposed by immigrants and led the legal fight to block Obama's executive action.

The California leaders told the court the undocumented immigrants who are working and raising families are making the state stronger, better and more prosperous. About one-fourth of the nation's undocumented immigrants live in California, they said.

Read the whole story at Los Angeles Times

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