Fix the Nation's Broken Immigration System

Cities and towns are caught in the middle of a complex national debate.  Barring consensus at all levels of government on a solution to immigration reform-one that supports both enforcement of laws and integration efforts-communities across America will continue to face financial, cultural and political strains.

    America's immigration system is broken, and the nation's hometowns are suffering the consequences.  The inability of government at all levels to reach consensus on a solution of immigration has created financial, cultural, and political strains in communities across America.  Comprehensive reform is needed to fix the system and to provide cities and towns with the support they need to integrate immigrants into American communities.