Friday, July 12, 2013

U.S. House GOP Stalling Passage Of Immigration Reform Bill

GOP and Democrats in the House fear a national unified Hispanic economic cutback of buying empowerment that would definately result in less federal revenue and business economic wealth for anti-immigrant supporters. 

July 12, 2013

Washington, D.C. (HNNUSA) - Immigration reform activists, religious clergy and organizations have tried lobbing for reform, have organized massive marches seeking reform, since 2006 and succeeded in pressuring the U.S. Senate to pass an immigration reform bill. The House is expected to take their first vote on an immigration bill by September, if in fact a bipartisan support for the bill actually happens. Some GOP members believe that an immigration bill will not be passed this year, unless smaller bills are passed first that would include border security.
Both House Republicans and Democrats have agreed that it will take time (months) to agree whether the bill should focus on border security first or a path to citizenship for 11 million of undocumented immigrants in the country.
One immigration reform supporter and rights activist in the country has been advocating for the last four years that Hispanics whether legal or undocumented must engage in their economic empowerment muscle to influence immigration reform. H. Nelson Goodson, an immigration reform and rights advocate said, that Hispanics as a whole have over a trillion in stimulus spending and purchasing power in the U.S., which have yet to be harness by Latinos. "The time has come to spend less and spend more at Hispanic own businesses and those businesses that publicly endorse immigration reform with a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants working and living in the country. To control and be able to manage our economic stimulus in the country is paramount for Latinos in determining our future in the U.S.," Goodson said. 
Goodson strongly believes that Hispanics know that they have economic empowerment, but have been laxed in actually flexing their economic power nationally to influence immigration reform and other issues effecting Hispanics. 
Both the GOP and Democrats in House fear that Hispanics will finally wakeup, realize and begin managing their economic empowerment. A national economic effect can result immediately provided Hispanics take immediate action and succeed. 
Goodson, the administrator of Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) has decided to announce that HNNUSA will focus in promoting and advocating for immigration reform and a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. HNNUSA will accept donations from those who strongly support immigration reform and would like to see a just and fair bill pass. 
People can now donate through PayPal, a secure way to donate funds to the HNNUSA blog for the purpose to advocate for immigration reform. For those who would like to donate, just go to the donate section on the HNNUSA blog and donate, Goodson says.
People can also repost this article as well to initiate interest and support for immigration reform.

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