Eleven CEOs of brand-name national and regional companies came together to send a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to act on immigration reform that includes a visa program for less-skilled immigrant workers. The letter is signed by CEOs of Cargill, Coca-Cola, Tyson Foods, McDonald’s, Exelon (chairman emeritus), Loews Hotels, Choice Hotels, CKE Restaurants, Medicalodges, Artis Senior Living and the King of Texas Roofing Company.

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Business heads urge action on immigration, Washington Post 6-9-14
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Business Heads Urge Action on Immigration, ABC News 6-9-14
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