Bring Migrant Workers Out of Shadows, Improve Conditions for All?

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In West Virginia and elsewhere, some U.S. citizens say they're worried that immigration reform could mean more competition for jobs. But clergy members who serve undocumented workers say what's more likely is that migrants' jobs would be forced closer to American standards.

According to the Reverend Michael Livingston, national public policy director for Interfaith Worker Justice, employers could have no choice but to improve the pay and working conditions that now keep migrant workers in the shadows of the labor force.

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According to the Reverend Michael Livingston, national public policy director for Interfaith Worker Justice, employers could have no choice but to improve the pay and working conditions that now keep migrant workers in the shadows of the labor force. - See more at: http://www.publicnewsservice.org/index.php?/content/article/32681-1#sthash.ztX5L942.dpuf