Business and labor reach basic agreement on immigration reform

In an effort to avert the bitter and public feuding between business and labor organizations that helped kill a broad immigration overhaul in 2007, representatives of the two groups released a statement on Thursday outlining shared goals designed to show that at least for now, they could reach a basic level of compromise.

USA Today: Big business, labor find common ground on immigration

New York Times: Business and Labor Leaders Urge Visa System for Low-Skilled Work

Wall Street Journal: Business, Labor Groups Find Little Accord on Immigration

ABC/Univision: Business and Labor Reach an Agreement on Future Immigration

Talking Points Memo: Why Labor And Business Agreeing On Immigration Is A BFD

Talking Points Memo: Cantor Applauds Labor, Business Immigration Agreement

Bloomberg: Guest-Work Plan Obama Opposed as Senator Resurfaces Today

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