House Resolution to Test Support for Immigration Reform

Updated, 4:50 p.m.:

A spokesman for Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples said on Wednesday his office was also working with legislators on drafting a resolution “that has broad support among legislators, border sheriffs and the business community.”

“Among the principles Commissioner Staples is advocating are reforming our workforce immigration system, maintaining our current pathways for citizenship, securing our borders and ending the shadow economy by providing legal work status for the millions currently living here illegally,” Bryan Black, the communications director for the office, said in a statement.

Staples was to hold a press conference with state ...

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