Daily Border Bulletin: In New Budget CBP Core Operations Funding Remains Constant, Arizona Accord aims to guide immigration dialogue, Labor Dept. Issues New Rules for Guest Workers

The President announced his budget today, the Department of Homeland security will only see a minor reduction in funding but will see core operations funded at the same level they were in 2012. A group of local businesses have come together to create a set of five guiding principals to elevate discourse around immigration. In the absence of any movement forward from Congress on any sort of overhaul of our current immigration system, the Department of Labor unveiled new rules for guest workers.

Homeland Security would see slight spending trim The President announced his budget, and the Department of Homeland security will only see a minor reduction in funding.”The new budget proposal would trim funding for the Department of Homeland Security by 0.5 percent, or $191 million below the 2012 enacted level of $39.5 billion. The budget would maintain core operations, including the continued deployment of 21,186 Customs and Border Protection officers and 21,370 Border Patrol agents. And the proposal contains $6.1 billion for FEMA’s Disaster Relief Fund. The proposed budget provides $769 million to improve the cybersecurity of federal civilian information technology networks, and the department will enhance its outreach to state and local government and key infrastructure sectors.”

Arizona Accord aims to guide immigration dialogue A group of local businesses have come together to create a set of five guiding principals to elevate discourse around immigration.”Arizona is following in Utah’s footsteps as business and civic leaders push for public support of five principles they hope will guide Arizona’s immigration discussion in a new direction. But Republican lawmakers say they’re not interested in that direction.  Called the Arizona Accord, the five principles mimic the Utah Compact created by business leaders in 2010. The principles support developing federal solutions, focusing local law-enforcement resources on criminal activities as opposed to civil violations of federal law, keeping families together and improving the health and well-being of all Arizona children, acknowledging the economic role immigrants play as workers and taxpayers, and treating immigrants with humanity and inclusion.”

Labor Dept. Issues New Rules for Guest Workers In the absence of any movement forward from Congress on any sort of overhaul of our current immigration system, the Department of Labor unveiled new rules for guest workers. “The Labor Department on Friday unveiled rules that reshape a program for foreign migrants in work other than agriculture, which officials said would strengthen protections for those workers and also spur recruitment of Americans for such jobs. It was the latest move in a protracted battle between employers and the Obama administration over the nation’s temporary guest workers.”

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One Response to Daily Border Bulletin: In New Budget CBP Core Operations Funding Remains Constant, Arizona Accord aims to guide immigration dialogue, Labor Dept. Issues New Rules for Guest Workers

  1. INSATENNY says:

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    Каждая женщина при желании может выглядеть элегантно, если она только этого захочет и не станет зацикливаться на своей полноте.
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