A potential security risk: Oppose S. 4787

I’m deeply concerned about the Biden Administration’s continued abuse of executive “parole” that allows foreign nationals to stay and work in the United States without a visa, including the more than 100,000 Afghan evacuees who were given parole and don’t qualify for refugee status or the special immigrant visa program created by Congress.

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New cuts in water withdrawals imposed

I am writing to you because the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation just declared a “Tier 2” water shortage for the Colorado River and Lake Mead. This trend threatens the drinking water of Southwest cities like Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. Leaders like you need to heed the warning signs that America’s population growth is unsustainable.

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Measure the environmental impact of immigration policies

The Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform (MCIR) is suing several federal agencies based on their failure to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regarding President Biden’s immigration policies. These policies, notably terminating “remain in Mexico,” preventing deportation proceedings for illegal aliens, and failure to finish the southern border wall are all subject to NEPA analysis, due to the huge environmental impact of adding millions of immigrants to the US population.

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Democratic cities are being overwhelmed by border surge

New York City Mayor Adams is overwhelmed by busloads of migrants coming from the border. Cities closer to the border have been overwhelmed for months. There is nothing “compassionate” about facilitating a border crisis. End asylum fraud, catch and release, and the abuse of parole authority. Reinstate and mandate the Migration Protection Protocols program.

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