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We invite all letter writers to simply email their letters to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post the letters as we receive them at a single place for the whole week called "Letters of the Week". We expect that this will make it easy for letter writers to have a conversation with other letter writers, and make it easy for readers to follow the conversation. If they so choose, letter writers can post directly to the "Letters of the Week" page by "posting a comment". We hope that this new "Letters of the Week" will make it easier of both letter writers and readers to engage in spirited and wide-ranging discussion on immigration related topics. You can make your letters as long as you would like, your letters will not be edited for length. Please see this week's Letters of the Week here and send us your comments/letters to email@example.com.
Article: A Rising Tide Or A Shrinking Pie: The Economic Impact Of Legalization Versus Deportation In Arizona by Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda and Marshall Fitz for the Immigration Policy Center and Center For American Progress
Article: Did Rep. Matt Ramsey Lie About HB 87, Again?
by Charles Kuck
Bloggings: Obama Strategy: Talk About Immigration, But Avoid Actually Doing Anything About It by Greg Siskind
Bloggings: Obama's Meeting on Immigration Reveals He Has no Real Intention to Address Immigration Reform by Matthew Kolken
Bloggings: Pres. Obama Holds Immigration Meeting by Chris Musillo
Bloggings: Immigrants and the 2012 Election by Roger Algase
News: EOIR Announces Latest Disciplinary Actions
Focus: The Physician Workforce And Need/Opportunities for IMGs
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- Current & Future Shortages in Domestic Physician Workforce
- Why is there a need for special provisions for IMGs?
- Practice patterns of IMGs: Gap Filling Services
- Future Possibilities for IMG practice
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