CSfC Rallies Senator Brown on Immigration Reform - June 3rd

CSfC wants to urge Senator Scott Brown to stand with the minority of reasonable Republican lawmakers and strategists who are willing to put policy ahead of politics and push a comprehensive immigration solution for the US. Brown has started to show that he might be in that wise camp of Republicans, but we have yet to see real action. It's time for him to stand up...

Speak up, Scott! America is waiting

  • June 3, 2010
  • 4pm
  • Beacon Hill (State House grand staircase or Boston Common)

America needs a just and humane immigration policy—and to win it, Massachusetts will need both its senators supporting comprehensive legislation.

So far, Senator Scott Brown has been silent on immigrant rights. We are asking Senator Brown to commit to supporting immigration reform that will bring millions of hardworking immigrants out of the shadows and onto a path to citizenship, and punish employers who exploit immigrant labor.

The people of Massachusetts elected Scott Brown because he said he was going to Washington to solve the big problems. Fair, workable immigration reform will take every voice in Congress.

But Scott Brown is refusing to speak out.

Join CSfC, MIRA, SEIU, and all advocates of justice and equality as we rally in front of Scott Brown's office on June 3rd at 4pm to ask for his support for comprehensive, just immigration reform—and ask him to end his silence on immigration.


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