The American Conservatives will not support the Senate’s immigration reform bill unless they are able to vote on it first
The American conservatives will not vote for the Senate bill to reform the nation’s immigration laws, The American Journalist reports.
The newspaper says that the American Conservative believes the Senate immigration bill would do “little or nothing” to address illegal immigration.
In a statement released on Thursday, the American Conservatives called the Senate proposal “inadequate,” saying it would only “make it more difficult for law enforcement officers to apprehend and deport the estimated 11 million people who are living in the shadows of the American Dream.”
The American conservative organization, which has endorsed President Donald Trump, is a nonprofit that advocates for conservative causes and policies.
The group says that in order for its members to support legislation that would make the country a safer place for all Americans, the organization will “no longer take a position on bills that fail to do the job of fixing the problems that are so urgent in our nation.”