Labor and business talks continue

The business-labor rift was one of the biggest fault lines of the failed 2007 immigration overhaul. Now, the Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO are now trying to link arms to find a new path forward. However, Thursday reports surfaced that the talks have stalled. While both groups have restated their commitment to comprehensive immigration reform, the future of the talks remains unclear.Washington Post: A Labor-Business Alliance on Immigration

Talking Points Memo: Labor and Business Groups Deny Immigration Talks are Collapsing

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