Today’s Immigration Headlines – Oct 29, 2015

NC Gov. Signs Enforcement Bill

“Wednesday afternoon at the Guilford County Sheriff’s Department in Greensboro, Governor Pat McCrory put his gubernatorial plume to one of the last remaining bills left over from the past legislative session. HB318 is a highly controversial law taking aim at immigration and food stamp benefits,” ABC 11 reports.

Rubio Touts Immigration Stance

During Wednesday’s GOP debate in Boulder, Colorado, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said he believes companies that get caught ‘abusing’ the H1-B visa program ‘should be permanently barred from ever using that program again.’ Rubio is behind legislation such as the I-Squared bill, which seeks to triple the number of H1-B visas in the nation. Critics content that the bill could hurt American STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) workers who are in some cases forced to train their cheaper foreign replacements,” Breitbart News says.

British Debate on Immigration Sounds Familiar

“Breitbart London’s Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam squared off against Jabeer Butt OBE, the Chief Executive of the Race Equality Foundation, for a fiery debate about migration, multiculturalism, and the latest Office for National Statistics figures that show Britain’s population growth over the next 25 years being driven by migrants,” Breitbart News wrote.

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  1. Rubio: “Do what I say about immigration”

    Not what I do. Another melee mouthed puppet politician.