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Bloomberg wants election debate on immigration


February 16. 2013 4:15PM
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(AP) New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to ignite debate over immigration among the presidential contenders.


Bloomberg joined former White House Chief of Staff William Daley on Tuesday in addressing business leaders in Chicago, telling them that immigrants and the jobs and businesses they create are essential to America's economic recovery.


Bloomberg says he knows of no other way to help the economy "as quickly and cost free" as opening the borders to those who would start up new businesses that create new jobs.


Bloomberg and Daley lamented that neither presidential campaign has spelled out proposals on immigration policy.


They also presented a report released Tuesday by a partnership of U.S. mayors and business leaders showing that immigrants started one out of four new businesses last year.


Associated Press


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