Amnesty Supporters

Let’s look at the supporters of Amnesty state by state first.

Alabama

Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!)

Source:  http://www.hispanicinterest.org/advocacy/

Alabama Farmers Federation

Associated Builders and Contractors of Alabama

Source:  http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/document.php?id=cqresrre2012030900

Alabama Employers for Immigration Reform Buddies

Associated Builders and Contractors

Alabama Poultry & Egg Association

Source:  http://www.thepoultrysite.com/poultrynews/11878/alabama-employers-for-immigration-reform/

Alaska

Dave Becket, Superintendent of the Alaska United Methodist Conference; Paul Bolling, Pastor of First Christian Church; Vince Beltrami, President of the Alaska AFL-CIO; Marvin Jones, President of Unite Here Local 878

Source:  http://www.akbizmag.com/Alaska-Business-Monthly/April-2010/Alaskans-Step-Up-Calls-for-Immigration-Reform-TONIGHT/

Alaska’s Congressional Delegation: Alaska’s congressional delegation, Senators Mark Begich (D-AK) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Congressman Don Young (R-AK) 

Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN)

Source:  http://americasvoice.org/blog/icymi-alaska-congressional-delegation-alaska-federation-of-natives-strongly-support-immigration-reform-2/

SEIU

Source:  http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/4/8/1200233/-AK-Sen-SEIU-Praises-Mark-Begich-D-For-His-Support-For-Immigration-Reform

Arizona

James Lundy, president and CEO of Alliance Bank of Arizona  and chair of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.

Western Growers Association

Source:  http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/2014/05/13/biz-faith-leaders-see-window-immigration-reform/2138790/

Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer

• Barry Broome, former  President and CEO, Greater Phoenix Economic Council

• Lea Marquez Peterson, President and CEO, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

• Bill Montgomery, Maricopa County Attorney

• Jack Harris, former police chief, City of Phoenix

• Mary Ann Miller, President and CEO, Tempe Chamber of Commerce

• Vice Mayor Tony Rivero, City of Peoria

• Steve Moore, President and CEO, Greater Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau

• Pastor Gary Kinnaman

• Pastor Bob Hake, Orangewood Church, Phoenix

• Pastor Dan Steffen, Pure Heart Christian Fellowship, Glendale

• Nan Walden, Farmers Investment Co., Sahuarita, Ariz.

• Russell Johnson, President and CEO, Merchants Information Solutions, Inc.

Source:  http://www.azchamber.com/news-and-resources/press-releases/2013/urges-congress-to-take-up-immigration.html

SANE  Buddies

American Academy of Pediatrics, Arizona Chapter

Anti-Defamation League

Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform

Arizona Farm Bureau

Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Arizona-Sonora Boarder Coalition

Asian Pacific Community in Action

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona

Chicanos Por La Causa

Dignity Health Arizona

DRA Strategic Communications

East Valley Partnership

Goodmans Interior Structures

Greater Phoenix Economic Council

IO.INC

Japanese American Citizens League, Arizona Chapter

Local First Arizona

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, AZ Chapter

Native American Connections

O’Connor House

Ortega Law Firm

People of Color Network, Inc.

Phoenix Convention Bureau

Pima County Interfaith Council

Politics Uncuffed

Sara Dial & Associates, Inc.

Schaller Anderson, an Aetna Company

Sundt Construction, Inc.

Tucson Hispanic Chamber

Tucson Metro Chamber

Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO)

Urias Communications

Valle Del Sol, Inc.

Valley Interfaith Project

Visit Mesa

Source:  http://www.azeir.org/downloads/SANE_PLATFORM_FINAL_12.4.12.pdf

Arkansas

Arkansas United Community Coalition 

Source:  http://boileddownjuice.com/dont-forget-about-arkansas-march-for-immigration-reform-in-dardanelle-arkansas/

Arkansas Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

La Casa, the Democratic Hispanic Caucus, the Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice and Service Employees International Union Local 100.

Source:  http://www.alipac.us/f12/ar-coalition-calls-immigration-reform-47956/

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (AACF)

Source:  http://www.aradvocates.org/aacf-applauds-u-s-senate-for-immigration-reform-vote/

The Little Rock Regional Chamber

Source:  http://www.arkansasmatters.com/news/news/need-for-immigration-reform-high-in-the-us

Arkansas Farm Bureau

Arkansas Chamber of Commerce

Interfaith Arkansas

Source:  http://ualrpublicradio.org/post/arkansas-business-farm-faith-leaders-call-immigration-reform#stream/0

Arkansas Economic Development Commission

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

Arkansas Rice Federation, Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association, Arkansas Green Industry Association, Mexican Consulate in Little Rock, and The Poultry Federation of Arkansas

Associated Industries of Arkansas

Source:  http://hola-arkansas.com/arkansas-business-leaders-support-immigration-reform/

· Dr. Joel Anderson; Chancellor, University of Arkansas – Little Rock

· Dr. Paul B. Beran; Chancellor, University of Arkansas – Fort Smith

· Dr. Sally Carder; President, National Park Community College

· Dr. Steve Cole; Chancellor, Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas

· Dr. Glen Fenter; President, Mid-South Community College

· Dr. Margaret Ellibee; President, Pulaski Technology College

· Dr. Jack Lassiter; Chancellor University of Arkansas – Monticello

· Skip Rutherford; Dean, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service

Source:  http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2013/09/20/college-leaders-support-immigration-reform

Arkansas United Community Coalition Buddies

Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA)

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)

Arkansas Citizens’ First Congress (CFC)

EngageNWA – Immigrants from Abroad Pillar

Ya es hora! Ciudadanía (YEH)

Reform Immigration FOR America (RI4A)

Alliance for Citizenship (A4C)

Fast for Families (F4F)

Source:  http://arkansascoalition.org/who/regional-national-affiliates/

Donors

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

Arkansas Community Foundation

Darragh Foundation

New World Foundation

Four Freedoms Fund

Southern Partners Fund

Sunflower Foundation

Tides Foundation

Center for Community Change (CCC) (for the Fair Immigration Reform Movement/ FIRM)

Walmart, Inc.

VoteMob

League of United Latin American (LULAC) of Arkansas

Individual contributions

Source:   http://arkansascoalition.org/who/donors/

California

California Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://advocacy.calchamber.com/policy/issues/immigration-reform/

California Citrus Mutual

California Farm Bureau Association

Source:  http://www.ibtimes.com/immigration-reform-2015-california-wants-bypass-feds-give-work-permits-undocumented-2005571

Allan Zaremberg, President & CEO
California Chamber of Commerce

Steve Rose, President & CEO
Culver City Chamber of Commerce

Barbara de Boom, President & CEO
Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce

Donna Duperron, President & CEO
Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce

Cindy Pollard, President & CEO
Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce

Mathew R. Mahood, President & CEO
San Jose Regional Chamber of Commerce

Al Smith, President & CEO
Greater Fresno Area Chamber of Commerce

Sharon Silva, President & CEO
Turlock Chamber of Commerce

Steve Van Dorn, President & CEO
Santa Clara Silicon Valley Central Chamber of Commerce

Gene Wunderlich, Government Affairs Coordinator
Southwest California Legislative Council

Darletta Willis, President & CEO
El Centro Chamber of Commerce

Glenn Morris, President & CEO
Visalia Chamber of Commerce

Nancy Lindholm, President & CEO
Oxnard Chamber of Commerce

Gene Wunderlich, Government Affairs Coordinator
Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce

Todd Ament, President & CEO
Anaheim Chamber of Commerce

Rick Wells, President & CEO
San Rafael Chamber of Commerce

More…..

Source:  http://doczz.net/doc/5622524/california-chamber-of-commerce-letter-to-the-california

Senator Anthony Cannella, SD 12

Senator Steve Knight, SD 21

Senator Bill Emmerson, SD 27

Senator Tom Berryhill, SD 14

Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway, AD 26

Assemblymember Jeff Gorell, AD 44

Assemblymember Kristin Olsen, AD 12

Assemblymember Rocky Chavez, AD 76

Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian, AD 35

Assemblymember Jim Patterson, AD 23

Assemblymember Allan Mansoonr, AD 74

Assemblymember Don Wagner, AD 68

Assemblymember Brian Maienschein, AD 77

Assemblymember Eric Linder, AD 60

Assemblymember Brian Dahle, AD 1

Source:  http://berryhill.cssrc.us/sites/berryhill.cssrc.us/files/130912_Immigration_Letter.pdf

Colorado

Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform Network

Western Growers Association

Quail Ridge Dairy

Pathways Church

Source:  http://immigrationforum.org/blog/local-colorado-leaders-push-for-action-on-immigration-reform/

Colorado Immigration Rights Coalition Action Fund

Mi Familia Vota

Alliance For Citizenship.

Source:  http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/immigration-reformers-make-stand-colorado

Coloardo Compact

Source:  http://abcnews.go.com/ABC_Univision/Politics/colorado-leaders-sign-immigration-compact/story?id=17908197

Coloardo Council of Churches

Source:  http://www.cochurches.org/colorado-compact/

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Mario Carrera, chief revenue officer for Entravision Communications

Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila; the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association; the Colorado Chapter of the Immigration Lawyers Association; University of Colorado president Bruce Benson; the Aspen Skiing Co.; Club 20; the Colorado Hospital Association; the state associations for sheriffs and police chiefs; and Padres & Jóvenes Unidos

Source:  http://www.denverpost.com/ci_22154749/colorado-steps-bipartisan-forefront-immigration-reform

Colorado Concern

Source:  https://www.us-immigration.com/us-immigration-news/us-immigration/colorado-business-leaders-want-immigration-reform/

Progressive 15

Western Colorado Club 20

South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_24606586/colorado-business-groups-want-urgent-action-immigration-reform

Jeff Wasden, President of the Colorado Business Roundtable

Source:  http://kdvr.com/2014/07/09/business-agriculture-leaders-press-obama-congress-for-immigration-reform/

Longmont Youth for Equality

Colorado Main Street Alliance; Rights for All People; the Colorado Progressive Coalition; the NAACP; and Bend the Arc for Justice

Source:  http://www.timescall.com/ci_23741974/buy-cott-will-urge-support-longmont-businesses-supporting

NewsGator Technologies Inc.

Foundry Group

Colorado Ski Country USA

Source:  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2013-05-30/colorado-farms-push-bennet-on-immigration-as-peppers-rot

Fat Frog Cafe, Littleton

Source:  https://action.groundswell-mvmt.org/petitions/colorado-immigration-reform-buy-cott

Colorado Business Roundtable

Source:  http://gazette.com/colorado-business-groups-push-for-immigration-reform-calling-it-a-bipartisan-issue/article/1597750

Colorado Pro-Amnesty Buy-cott Guys

Denver Metro Area

AT Audio – 138 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80219

Joe’s Plaza – 1991 Clinton St, Aurora, CO 80010

Novedades La Morenita – 9558 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Restaurant Puerto Vallarta #2 – 9538 E Montview, Aurora, CO 80010

El Mercado Azteca Market – 9701 E Montview, Aurora, CO 80010

Azucar Bakery – 1886 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210

Appliance Professionals – 78 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Su Teatro – 721 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Parsley and Bailey – 303 W 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204

Bang! – 3472 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Boa – 3464 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Oasis, Inc. Sanctuary – 2839 E Colfax, Denver, CO 80206

Space Gallery – 765 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Girl Wreck Presents – girlwreckpresents.com

Meyer Law Office – 1029 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO, 80204

Head Dress – 1201 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Hooked on Colfax – 3213 E Colfax, Denver, CO 80206

Fire on the Mountain – 3801 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Cherubini Chiropractic – 957 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

Emerald City Eyebrows – 70 W 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204

Kanon Collective – 766 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

TriBella – 1060 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80204

Wild Yams – 3450 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Wall Tavern – 1112 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Atomic Cowboy – 3237 E Colfax, Denver, CO 80206

Hazel & Dewey – 70 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Law Office of Arturo Jimenez, P.C. – 3722 Tejon St, Denver, CO 80211

Pho on 6 – 1312 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

Kitchens Ink – 757 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Indyink – 84 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Ulibarri Tax Svc – 6239 E 123rd Dr, Brighton, CO

Newspeak Tattoo – 2907 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

Moon Dance Botanicals – 601 Corona St, Denver, CO 80218

Woodward LLC – 1650 Spruce St, Denver, CO 80220

Night and Day Vintage – 39 W 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204

Pleasures – 127 S Broadway, Denver, CO

Second Love – 3440 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Strut – 3611 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

The Corner LLC – 3275 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

The Perfect Petal – 3600 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Wordshop – 3180 Meade St, Denver, CO 80211

Steve’s Snappin’ Dogs – 3525 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

Artists on Santa Fe – 747 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Calvantt Beauty Supplies – 3339 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

Collin’s Bicycles – 3217 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

Emily Griffith Technical College – 1250 Welton St, Denver, CO 80204

Home & Again LLC – 66 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210

New First Ave Liquors – 141 N Broadway

Santa Fe Tavern and Grill – 1301 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Sooper B Liquors – 100 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

The Herbery – 819 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

Tibet Imports – 709 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80293

USA Cleaners #7 – 1230 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

Video One – 600 Downing St, Denver, CO 80218

White Palace Cleaners – 94 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Yellow Feather – 742 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Banquetes Frias – 120 S Federal, Denver, CO 80219

Madrid Decoraciones – 90 Meade St, Denver, CO 80212

Novias de Mexico – 1463 Florence St, Aurora, CO 80010

Divas Hair Studio – 9724 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

La Morena Mexican Restaurant – 9650 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Auto Repair Goyo’s – 1511 Alton St, Aurora, CO 80010

Tortas y Tacos El Chino – 796 Peoria St, Aurora, CO 80011

ADN Bienestar Fisico, Mental, Emocional – 1515 Dallas St, Aurora, CO 80010

DBA Stereomania – 15531 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80011

Victoria’s Market – 982 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010

El Paisa Panaderia – 9541 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Karina’s Beauty Salon – 984 Dayton, Aurora, CO 80010

Dulceria el Pachangan – 9529 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Victoria’s Beauty Salon – 15531 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Clinica de Belleza – 9523 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

World TV Depot – 15473 E Hampden, Aurora, CO 80013

Panaderia Tlaquepaque – 2300 S Chambers, Aurora, CO 80014

Carniceria Latina – 2272 S Chambers, Aurora, CO 80014

Acute Spine and Sports – 15602 E Mississippi Ave, Aurora, CO 80017

Tortisimas – 15021 E Mississippi Ave, Aurora, CO 80012

From Mexico con Amor – 14200 E Alameda #1001, Aurora, CO 80012

El Koach Beauty Salon

Monces Mattress

Banquetes Frias – 120 S Federal, Denver, CO 80219

Madrid Decoraciones – 90 Meade St, Denver, CO 80212

Nena’s Beauty Salon – 1460 W 104th Ave, Northglenn, CO 80234

Reina Auto Accessories – 1440 Havana St, Aurora, CO 80010

Evelyn’s Hair Studio – 10259 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Casa Soccer – 10214 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Transportes Sierra – 10229 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Nena’s Western Wear – 1401 Havana St, Aurora, CO 80010

Barberia Latinos – 1401 Havana St, Aurora, CO 80010

Neveria Sabor Latino – 1462 Lola St, Aurora, CO 80010

Camila’s Beauty Salon – 1476 Lola St, Aurora, CO 80010

Miscelanias Guzman – 1484 Lola St, Aurora, CO 80010

Estilos Salon – 10620 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

El Koach Beauty Salon

Monces Mattress

Naturista – 10654 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Cyber Cell, LLC – 11520 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

La Consentrada – 11651 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Aurora Original Liquor – 11651 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Montview Service – 11701 Montview, Aurora, Co 80010

Olga’s Hair Salon – 11641 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Que Pizza – 11601 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

California Restaurante – 1685 Peoria St, Aurora, CO 80010

Lupita’s Restaurant – 11809 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

The Market – 970 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Carniceria Jerezana – 1148 Yosemite, Aurora, CO 80010

El Tamalero – 1124 Yosemite, Aurora, CO 80010

El Camaron Loco – 513 Havana, Aurora, CO 80010

Carniceria La Michoacan – 800 Dayton, Aurora, CO 80010

Carniceria La Consentida – 354 S Havana, Aurora, CO 80010

JC Barber – 9699 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Marce’s Hair Style – 9511 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Mega – 9431 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Los Toritos Restaurant – 9405 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

May Convenient Store – 9357 Colfax Ave #C, Aurora, CO 80010

El Dorado Western Wear – 1485 Boston St, Aurora, CO 80010

Los Trompitos Mexican Restaurant – 9755 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

TacoMex – 10202 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

Salon de Belleza La Poblanita – 1449 Jamaica St, Aurora, CO 80010

Martha’s Beauty Salon – 1436 Jamaica St, Aurora, CO 80010

Carniceria La Victoria – 1436 Jamaica St, Suite B, Aurora, CO 80010

Coneccion Latina – 1436 Jamaica St, Suite F, Aurora, CO 80010

Real de Minas – 11101 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Laundry on the Fox – 10941 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Casa Mendoza – 10929 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

P&A Tire – 10195 E Colfax, Aurora, CO 80010

Jose’s Restaurant – 2420 W Main St, Littleton, CO 80120

Mercury Café – 2199 California St, Denver, CO 80205

Fat Frog Café – 2530 W Main St, Littleton, CO 80120

Southern Colorado

Cool Logic, LLC – 1915 E 5th St, Pueblo, CO

I-Data, LLC – 1915 E 5th St, Pueblo, CO

Martinez y Morales, Escritorio Publico – 1200 E Evans Ave, Pueblo, CO

Las Palmas – 1200 E Evans Ave, Pueblo, CO

Carniceria El Rodeo – 1200 E Evans Ave, Pueblo, CO

J & J Coins – 123 E Abriendo Ave, Pueblo, CO

Habaneros Mexican Grill – 430 S Santa Fe, Pueblo, CO

Tortilleria Marquez – 710 E 4th, Pueblo, CO

King Taco – 223 E Northern, Pueblo, CO

Musicman – 600 W Northern, Pueblo, CO

3 Hermanos Panaderia – 1917 W Northern, Pueblo, CO

Amanda’s Café – 220 2nd Street, Avondale, CO

Sunset Inn – 2808 Thatcher Ave, Pueblo, CO

Blue Ocean – 310 S Union Ave, Pueblo, CO

The Downtown Bar – 103 Central Plaza, Pueblo, CO

Lastleaf Printing – 213 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Scott Office Products – 315 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Artcorp – 313 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Golden M – 103 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

The 10 Spot II – 125 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Prairie Rose – 129 S Union, Pueblo, CO

The Edge – 107 N Union, Pueblo, CO

The Nest – 311 ½ Union Ave, Pueblo, CO

Hopscotch Bakery – 333 S Union Ave, Pueblo, CO

Oak Ridge Construction – 27800 US Hwy 50 E, Pueblo, CO

Colorado Antiques – 112 Colorado Ave, Pueblo, CO

Tumbleweed Books – 687 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Arcanum Tattoo – 113 Colorado Ave, Pueblo, CO

Northern Avenue Market – 1249 Berkeley Ave, Pueblo, CO

Kidz Korner – 2211 W Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO

Da Golson’s Spot – 2221 W Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO

Just Around the Corner – 1153 Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO

Lupita’s Shop – 1153 Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO

Witches Shop – 1153 Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO

Botas El Rodeo – 1153 Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO

J & L Fashion – 1153 Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO

Candy Avenue – 130 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Union Toy Stop – 118 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Robbie Music – 200 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

Pink Boutique – 109 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

Vapor Source – 109 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

Pixie Stixx – 102 S Victoria, Pueblo, CO

Studio Rio – 228 S Mc Culloch #110, Pueblo West, CO

Hooda Thunk – 311 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Second Chance Clothing – 313 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Tsunami – 206 S Union, Pueblo, CO

Joe Tomato – 707 S Main, Pueblo, CO

Kandy Kisses Boutique – 115 Colorado Ave, Pueblo, CO

Cedar Ridge – 6 Merritt Court, Pueblo, CO

Sundance Bicycles – 113 E Abriendo, Pueblo, CO

The Bookery – 128 E Abriendo, Pueblo, CO

Bellezza Design Boutique – 121 E Abriendo, Pueblo, CO

Finger Paints – 2117 W Northern, Pueblo, CO

The Greeting Card Outlet – 1212 S Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Evan’s Heaven – 1153 S Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Rebound Sports – 1125 S Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Boyer Brothers – 1123 S Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Pueblo Dragon – 1867 S Pueblo Blvd, Pueblo, CO

Kristen Avitia – 110 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

Tracy Hocheavar – 110 W B Street, Pueblo, CO

Stitcher’s Garden – 308 S Union, Pueblo, CO

4th Street Barbers – 608 E 4th, Pueblo, CO

Vazquez Taco – 602 E 4th, Pueblo, CO

Homerz – 1402 E 4th, Pueblo, CO

Screened Effects – 521 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO

Bingo Burger – 101 Central Plaza, Pueblo, CO

American Graffiti

Vicente Designs

Tortilleria Delicias – 926 S Santa Fe Ave, Blende, CO

Mama Rojas – 2648 Santa Fe Drive, Blende, CO

Garlic ‘n Onions – 4333 Thatcher, Pueblo, CO

Paleteria Durango – 2403 Santa Fe Drive, Blende, CO

Aguilar Barbers – 3708 W Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO

Travelers Motel – 1012 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO

Great Divide – 400 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO

Colorado Floors & Blinds – 421 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO

Armstrong Jewelers – 119 W 4th Street, Pueblo, CO

Mauro Farms & Bakery – 936 Lane 36, Blende, CO

Romero’s Café – 1323 Santa Fe Drive, Pueblo, CO

Di Santi Farms

Vicente Designs – 507 Bellevue Avenue, Pueblo, CO

Beneficial Landscape – 1730 E 10th, Pueblo, CO

Vintage Liquor – 1765 S Pueblo Blvd, Pueblo, CO

Calvillo’s – 400 Main Street, Alamosa, CO

SW Wine and Spirits – 408 Denver Ave, Alamosa, CO

Martinez Shoe Repair – 504 State, Alamosa, CO

Casa Musical – 520 Main, Alamosa, CO

Oscar’s Restaurant – 520 Main, Alamosa, CO

Canon Potato Company – 687 E 9th St, Center, CO

Baldo’s – 110 Park Ave, Monte Vista, CO

Bakery Don Tomas – 829 1st Ave, Monte Vista, CO

Sol de Mexico, Inc – 1006 Constitution Road, Pueblo, CO

China Moon – 1016 Constitution Road, Pueblo, CO

Monica’s Taco Shop – 1204 Bonforte Blvd, Pueblo, CO

Vigil Farms – Mary Ann Vigil, Blende, CO

Lupita’s Restaurant – 208 W Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO

Fairway Inn – 521 Pueblo Blvd, Pueblo, CO

King Taco – 223 E Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO

Hanaeros Mexican Grill – 430 South Santa Fe Ave, Blende, CO

Ace Collectibles – 1153 Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Nationz Kuts – 1133 South Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Global Fashion – 1153 Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Golden Oldies – 1153 Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Music Sizcens – 1153 Prairie, Pueblo, CO

Gary Shane Farms – 33301 Hwy 194, Swink, CO

Lusk Farms – 28183 Rd 24 ¼, Rocky Ford, CO

Greeley Broadcasting Corp – 209 Hwy 50 W, Ste 130A, Pueblo, CO

Proctor Farms – 821 Cedar Ave, Rocky Ford, CO

Burrel Seeds – 405 N Main, Rocky Ford, CO

Knapp Farms – 29742 Hwy 71, Rocky Ford, CO

El Roble Fix-a-Flat – 309 Elm St, Rocky Ford, CO

Northern Colorado

Paradise Ice Cream Parlor – 920 9th St, Greeley, CO 80631

Accessories with a Flair – 801 8th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631

Maria’s Hair Studio – 1819 9th St, Greeley, CO

Goodfellas Bail Bond – 817 9th St, Ste A, Greeley, CO

Llantera F 413 – 1909 9th St, Unit B, Greeley, CO

Tacos y Salsas – 1923 9th St, Greeley, CO

Flavor of India – 516 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

PumpHouse Brewery & Restaurant – 540 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

Libreria Catolica – 332 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

Jessica Accessories

All Purpose Rental Sales – 2406 W 10 St, Greeley, CO

El Taquito Mexican Place – 345 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

Jensen Guitar Company – 350 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

The Tex-Mex – 424 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501

Ferris Vet Services – 4828 Merk Wiggins, CO

Beaver Creek Vet Clinic – 215 Hospital Rd, Brush, CO

Home Plate Restaurant – 19719 Hwy 34, Ft. Morgan

Home Plate 2 – 306 Edmund St, Brush, CO

La Ilusion – 219 Main St, Ft Morgan, CO

Diamond Party Novelty – 322 East Rail Road

Los Gonzalez Servicios – 628 Circle Dr, Ft Morgan

Front Range Farms – 16764 Cr 4, Wiggins, CO

Great Copier Services – 430 Ensign, Ft Morgan, CO

Llantera Sinai – 614 W Railroad Ave

Ft Morgan Furniture – 220 Main St

Pollo Norteno – 220 West Platte

Nickell Farm – 4902 CR 2, Genoa, CO

Pagel’s Trailer Park – 16220 Rd 19, Ft Morgan, CO

Wildcat Dairy LLC – 24268 MCR 21, Ft Morgan

Tacos San Miguel

Carpets Plus – 223 Main St, Ft Morgan, CO 80701

El Portero – 208 212 E Edison St, Brush, CO 80723

Taller Mecanico – 1503 Edison, Brush, CO

All Signal Wireless

OM Gifts and Tobacco

Consolidated Builders

Jovi’s Liquor

Taller Mecanico El Amigo

Tienda Emanuel

J’s Check Cashing

Las Americas Tortilleria

Taqueria Madera

Polleria La Fogata

Sunnyvale Liquors, Inc

Westview Liquor

Mike O’Shays Restaurant and Ale House

Leap Tech Solutions

Akron Auto LLC

The Speak Easy

Furniture Mart

Holistic Health Center

King of Kings Ink and Cuts

Specialty Shoppe

La Cascada Mexican Restaurant

Computer World

Greeney’s Liquor

Log Lane Food and Gas

Carniceria y Abarrotes la Sabrosita

Buchanan Welding and Construction

Rositas Bakery

Las Vaqueritas

Acapulco Bay

Western Slope

TCS Marketing Group, Inc., Grand Junction, CO

Fiesta Guadalajara – 710 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Taqueria Guadalajara – 719 Pitkin Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Carniceria Sonora 1 – 3225 I-70 Bus B-1, Clifton, CO 81520

Carniceria Sonora 2 – 644 North Ave, Unit 3, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Carniceria Sonora 3 – 429 E Hwy 6 & 50, Fruita, CO

Los Gilbertos – 2812 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

La Bamba – 546 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Mexican Market – 2851 North Ave, Ste 6, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Victor’s Auto Clifton – 3272 F Road, Grand Junction, CO 81520

El Tapatio – 1145 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Tequilas Mall – 2454 US 6, Grand Junction

Tequilas Fruita – US 6 & US 50

Lupita’s Fashion – 1460 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Panaderia San Jose – 507 30 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81504

Gil’s Video – 2854 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

El Tapatio – 402 Jurassic Avenue, Fruita, CO

Tequilas – 2560 North Ave, Grand Junction

Clark Family Orchard, INC – 3901 G ¼ Road, Palisade, CO 81526

Ball Fruit – 3806 G Road, Palisade, CO 81526

Organic Jams and Wine Jellies – 3573 G Road, Palisade, CO 81526

Anita’s Pantry and Produce – 625 37 ¼ Rd, Palisade, CO 81526

Leon’s Restaurant – 507 30th Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81504

C&F Food Store – 208 W 8th St, Palisade, CO 81526

Sunshine Laundromat – 210 W 3rd St, Palisade, CO

Taqueria Los Perez – 2931 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81504

Las Marias – 2692 US 50, Grand Junction, CO 81503

Wraps on Main – 150 W Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Pablo’s Pizza – 319 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Il Bistro Italiano – 400 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Custom Auto Sales – 954 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Absolute Bakery – 110 S Main St, Mancos, CO

Kleen Glass – 10 Town Plaza #124, Durango, CO 81301

Chavolo’s – 121 Railroad, Mancos, CO 81328

Zuma Natural Foods – 299 N Main St, Mancos, CO 81328

Ancient Harvest Ranch – 39364 Rd G, Mancos, CO

Tacos Nayarit – 2477 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301

Gazpacho New Mexican Restaurant – 431 E 2nd Ave, Durango, CO 81301

San Juan Basin Health – 281 Sawyer Dr, Durango, CO 81301

Rice Monkey’s – 1050 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301

Cristina’s Grill & Bar – 21382 Hwy 160 West, Durango, CO 81301

Fiesta Mexicana – 2950 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301

Tequila’s – 948 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301

May Palace – 909 Min Ave, Durango, CO 81301

No Way Jose’s – 1017 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301

Zia Taqueria – 400 Camino del Rio, Durango, CO 81301 

Mountains

Sunlight Mountain Resort/Sunlight Ski and Bike – 10901 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Mi Casita – 580 Main Street, Carbondale, CO 81623

Law Office of Jennifer M. Smith, PC – 1607 Grand Ave, Suite 22, Glenwood Springs, CO 81602

Hess & Schubert, LLP – 110 8th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Tequila’s Mexican Restaurant – 132 W 6th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Quevedo Interpretations

Konnyaku – 568 Highway 133, Carbondale, CO 81623

Mystique Beauty Salon & Day Spa – 1607 Grand Ave #23, Glenwood Springs, CO 81621

Peppino’s Pizza – 524 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Barsness Law Firm – 1607 Grand Ave, Suite 24, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Nakagawa LLC – PO Box 1864, Aspen, CO 81611

Garcia’s – 211 Colorado 133, Carbondale, CO 81623

Mark the Barber – Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Valley Meats Carniceria – 786 Hwy 133, Carbondale, CO 81623

Bonfire Coffee – 433 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities – 520 3rd St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Carbondale Beer Works – 647 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Señor Taco Show – 446 North 4th St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Dos Gringos Burritos – 588 Highway 133, Carbondale, CO 81623

KDNK Community Access Radio – 76 S 2nd St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Village Smithy – 26 S 3rd St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Main Street Spirits – 389 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623

Basalt Center Fuel – 122 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt, CO 81621

Cuvée World Bistro

Heather’s – 166 Midland Ave, Basalt, CO 81621

Aloha Mountain Cyclery – 580 Hwy 133, Carbondale 81623

Growing Years – 151 School St, Basalt, CO 81621

Heirlooms – 144 Midland Ave, Basalt, CO 81621

Brick Pony Pub – 202 Midland Ave, Basalt, CO 81621

Riverside Grille – 181 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt, CO 81621

Basalt Clinic and Pharmacy – 140 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt, CO 81621

Teresa’s Market

La Roca Tortilleria – 780 Colorado 133, Carbondale, CO 81623

Aspen Candy Company – 444 E Cooper Ave, Aspen, CO 81611

New York Pizza – 409 E Hyman Ave, Aspen, CO 81611

Boogie’s Diner – 534 E Cooper Ave, Aspen, CO 81611

Phat Thai – 343 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81621

New Image Boutique – 104 E 3rd St, Rifle, CO 81650

Source:  https://costatewidebuycott.wordpress.com/

Colorado Compact Supporters

Action 22
Aims Community College
American AgCredit
American Jewish Committee (AJC), Colorado President Donald A. Yale
Aspen Chamber Resort Association
Aspen SkiCo
Attorney General John Suthers
Bill Lindsay, President, Benefit Group-Denver, Lockton Companies
Brad Feld, Managing Director, Foundry Group
Bruce Benson, President, University of Colorado
Centro Humanitario para los Trabajadores
Chamber of the Americas
CLUB 20
CoBank
Colorado Association of Home Builders
Colorado Association of Police Chiefs
Colorado Association of Wheat Growers
Colorado Catholic Conference
Colorado Cattlemens Association
Colorado Chapter – American Immigration Lawyers Association
Colorado Community College System
Colorado Concern
Colorado Corn Growers
Colorado Dairy Farmers
Colorado Farm Bureau
Colorado Forum
Colorado Hispanic Bar Association
Colorado Hospital Association
Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association
Colorado Latino Forum
Colorado Livestock Association
Colorado Onion Association
Colorado Potato Administrative Committee
Colorado Ski Country USA
Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance
Colorado Sugarbeet Growers Association
County Sheriffs of Colorado
Daniel L. Ritchie, Chairman & CEO, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Dennis Rivera, Superintendent, Central District, Assemblies of God
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
District Attorney Ken Buck
Don Childears, President & CEO, Colorado Bankers Association
Dottie Lamm
Dr. Anthony A. Frank, President, Colorado State University
Dr. David Svaldi
Dr. Dene Thomas, President, Fort Lewis College
Dr. Jay Helman, President, Western State College
Dr. Jill Tiefenthaler, President, Colorado College
Dr. M. Daniel Carroll-Rodas, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
Dr. M.W. Scoggins, President, Colorado School of Mines
Dr. Mark Young, President, Denver Seminary
Dr. Michael Martin, Chancellor, Colorado State University System
Dr. Robert Coombe, Chancellor, University of Denver
Dr. Stanley E. Jensen, President & CEO Colorado Mountain College
Dr. Stephen M. Jordan, President, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Elaine J. W. Stanovsky, Resident Bishop, Rocky Mountain Conference, The United Methodist Church
Fmr. Senator Hank Brown
Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association
Governor Bill Ritter, Jr.
Governor John Hickenlooper
Governor Richard D. Lamm
Greeley Chamber of Commerce
GreenCO – Coalition of Horticulture and Landscape Associations
Greg Maffei
Greg Maffei
Hispanic Affairs Project
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver
Hispanic Ministerial Alliance
Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), a service of the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
Jim Franklin, CEO, Send Grid
John Harold, “Olathe Sweet” Sweet Corn
John Ikard
Kay Norton
Larry A. Mizel, Chairman & CEO, MDC Holdings, Inc.
Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo
Latino Chamber of Northern Colorado
Lee McIntire, CEO, CH2M HILL
Leprino Foods Company
Linda Childears
Maria Garcia Berry & Chuck Berry
Mario M. Carrera, Chief Revenue Officer, Entravision Communications Corp.
Mary Estill Buchanan, Former Colorado Secretary of State
Mayor Guillermo “Bill” Vidal
Mike Smith, President, South Park Economic Council
Monty Moran, Co-CEO, Chipotle
Most Reverend Fernando Isern, Bishop of Pueblo
Most Reverend Michael J. Sheridan, Bishop of Colorado Springs
Most Reverend Samuel J. Aquila, Archbishop of Denver
Nick Lillo, Lead Pastor, WaterStone Community Church
Nicole Johnson-Hoffman, Vice President and General Manager, Cargill Beef
Nita Gonzales, President & CEO, Escuela Tlatelolco
Padres & Jovenes Unidos
Pat Hamill, President, Oakwood Homes
Premier Farm Credit
Progressive 15
Rabbi Bruce Dollin, President, Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council
Representative Diana DeGette
Representative Ed Perlmutter
Representative Jared Polis
Representative Mike Coffman
Rev. Dr. Jim Ryan, Council Executive, Colorado Council of Churches
Rev. Nancy Bowen, Unitarian Universalists
Rev. Paul Burleson, Vice President Community Affairs, Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance
Rev. Tom Melton, Senior Pastor, Greenwood Community Church
Richard L. Robinson, Co-CEO, Robinson Dairy LLC
Rob Katz, President & CEO, Vail Resorts
Robert Cohen, Chairman and CEO, IMA Financial Group, Inc.
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union
Secretary Federico Pena
Senator Mark Udall
Senator Michael Bennet
Servicios de La Raza
South Metro Denver Chamber
Steve Bartolin, President, The Broadmoor Hotel
Sunnyside Farms Market
Talbotts Mountain Gold
Tim Foster, President, Colorado Mesa University
Timothy Marquez, Executive Chairman, Venoco and Founder, Denver Scholarship Foundation
Together Colorado
Western Union
Will Stoller-Lee, Fuller Theological Seminary in Colorado
William Dean Singleton
William J. Hybl, Chairman & CEO, El Pomar Foundation

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20130127153209/http://coloradocompact.com/supporters

Coloradans for Immigration Reform Buddies

  • Asian Chamber of Commerce
  • Associated Builders and Contractors Rocky Mountain Chapter
  • Associated General Contractors of Colorado
  • Colorado Business Roundtable
  • Colorado Farm Bureau
  • Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association
  • Colorado Restaurant Association
  • Colorado Competitive Council
  • Colorado Dairy Farmers
  • Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
  • Mountain West Credit Union Association
  • Pro 15
  • South Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.cobrt.com/immigration-policy/colorado-industry-and-chamber-coalition-leads-immigration-reform-charge/12/7/2016

Connecticut

Unidad Latina en Accion, Yale Seminarians for a Democratic Society, Amistad Catholic Worker, Junta for Progressive Action

Comunidad del Inmigrante de East Haven, New Haven People’s Center, Unitarian Society of New Haven, Centro do Imigrante Brasileiro Bridgeport, Greater New Haven Peace Council, United Church on the Green, Shalom United Church of Christ, First and Summerfield United Methodist Church, Unitarian Universalist Society of New Haven, Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission, 32BJ SEIU, Center for Latino Progress, United Action Connecticut, MEChA de Yale, Oficina Catolica de Justicia Social de la Arquidiocesis de Hartford, Center for New Economy, American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut, Apostle Immigrant Services, Connecticut Coalition to Stop Indefinite Detention, Somos Connecticut, African American Affairs Commission, Unite, SEIU-State Council, IRIS, International Institute of Connecticut, New York Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, Connecticut Students for a DREAM, Unitarian Universalist Church of Danbury, St. James Episcopal Church of Danbury, UNITE-HERE Local 217, Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, AFT Connecticut, Bill of Rights Defense Committee, Connecticut AFL-CIO

Connecticut State Representative Gary Holder-Winfield, United States Senator Chris Murphy, United States Senator Richard Blumenthal, New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr., Connecticut Undersecretary of Criminal Justice Mike Lawlor, Connecticut State Senator Roland Lemar, Connecticut State Senator Andres Ayala Jr., Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra, Connecticut State Speaker of the House J. Brendan Sharkey, United States Representative Rosa DeLauro

Source:  https://nvdatabase.swarthmore.edu/content/connecticut-residents-give-national-borders-lent-2012-2013

Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance

Source:  http://ctmirror.org/2013/04/16/connecticut-advocates-looking-congress-immigration-reform/

Bert Lemkes, TriHishtil

Dave Shaffer, SuperSod Inc.

James Cantrell, VanWingerden International

Bradley Johnston, Mills River Creamery and Dairy

Kirby Johnson, Flavor First, Mountain Mike Corn, Small Acres Dairy

Bean Growers, Johnson Family Farm

Jason Davis, North River Farm

Source:  http://www.blueridgenow.com/news/20170217/immigration-ag-leaders-speak-out-as-employees-skip-work

Delaware

(Upcoming)

Florida

Florida Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.flchamber.com/issue/immigration-reform/

Florida Voices for Immigration Reform  (FVIR)

Associated Industries of Florida

Florida Farm Bureau

Source:  http://miamiherald.typepad.com/nakedpolitics/2014/07/florida-groups-join-in-push-for-immigration-reform.html

American Conservative Union (ACU)

Florida Center-Right Coalition

Source:  http://www.sunshinestatenews.com/story/florida-conservatives-push-congress-immigration-reform

Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops

Source:  http://flaccb.org/immigration

Florida Employers for Immigration Reform

Source:  http://www.feir.org/supporters.html

AFSCME, Brandt Immigration, CIR NOW, Farmworker Association of Florida, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Florida AFL-CIO, Hope CommUnity Center, Central Florida Jobs with Justice, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, Mi Familia Vota, SEIU, 1199 SEIU, Student Labor Action Project, UNITE HERE! Local 737 and 362, NS RHW Youth and Young Adult, and Network of the National Farm Worker Ministry

Source:  http://grayson.house.gov/index.php/newsroom/press-releases-archive/288-tomorrow-grayson-to-rally-with-immigration-reform-supporters

Voice America

Source:  http://grayson.house.gov/index.php/newsroom/press-releases-archive/16-grayson-and-gutierrez-time-for-reform-is-now

Tampa Airport Marriott

Vology, Inc

Tampa Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/the-buzz-florida-politics/rep-kathy-castor-tampa-business-leaders-discuss-immigration-reform/2127971

Florida Voices for Immigration Reform Buddies

Anti-Defamation League, Catalyst for Justice, Redemptive Life Ministries, Church of All Nations, End Times Harvest International Ministries, FAU Diversity Department, Hispanic Resource Council, Palm Beach County Latin American Evangelicals Pastors Association, Honorary Consul of Guatemala in Palm Beach County, Jesus Redentor de Vida, Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, L’Dor Va-Dor Synagogue, New Africa of the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, and Temple Israel

Source:  http://fvirpbc.com/

Florida Employers for Immigration Reform Buddies

Anthony Olson, P.A.
Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida, Inc.
Associated Builders & Contractors of FL
Associated Builders and Contractors Florida East Coast Chapter, Inc.
Associated Industries of Florida -AIF
Autoglass 4u
Becker & Poliakoff, PA
Blythe Electrical Services
British-American Business Council, Palm Beach and Treasure Coast
British Bureau/FABB
CE Mark Boats LTD
CFSolutions
Classic Homes Realty Inc./GMAC Real Estate
Classic Limo & Sedan Service
Contempo Florida Business Brokers, LLC.
CultureLinks Consulting, LLC
Deland Country Inn
Devore and Devore, P.A.
Dixie Sansom Consulting
Encounter
Enterprise Florida
ExpatsVoice
Flamingo Properties Inc and Florida Villas Ltd
Florida Association of Realtors
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Florida Energy Systems
Florida Farm Bureau
Florida Forums
Florida Immigrant Coalition
Florida Nursery Grower & Landscaper Association
Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association
Florida TaxWatch Center for Competitive Florida
Florida Transportation Builder’s Association
Florida’s Children First
Gallowhan Tool Makers, Inc.
Greenberg Traurig LLP
Henning Immigration Law
Holland & Knight LLP
Hubbard Construction
JSP Plastering
Jubilee Hair Studio
Law Office of Edward Abramson
Law Offices of Stephen Davis
Legal Immigration Services
Lynxbanc Mortgage Coporation
Magnum Trading Inc.
Mainstream Insurance
Manor Corporation
Moneycorp
Orlando Florida Online
Paulich, Slack & Wolff, PA
Post Buckley Schuh & Jernigan, Inc.
Plantation Palm
Pilgrim’s Pride
Prudential Florida WCI
Realty World Top Producers, Realty Inc
Royal Maid Enterprises
RRB Systems International
Selby Corporation
Smart Resolution
Spiral Staircase Systems Inc.
Sunsplash Vacation Homes
The Garden Biz, Inc
The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce
The HomeImprover Inc.
TheHomeMag – Franchising, LLC.
TNT Sales Inc
Underground Utility Contractors of Florida
Universal Vacations
Washington Economics Group
Steering Committee MembersRoy Bedard, RRB Systems International

Bob Burleson, Florida Transportation Association

Gordon Figg, Contempo Business Brokers

Tamar Jacoby, Manhattan Institute

Anthony Olson, Anthony Olson, PA

Laura Reiff, Greenberg Traurig

Judy Shomaker, Florida Association of Realtors/SunCoast International Realty, Inc.

Hugh Simon, Simon International

Victoria Zepp, Center for Competitive Florida -Florida TaxWatch

Source:  http://www.feir.org/supporters.html

Georgia

(Upcoming)

Hawaii

FACE

Source:  http://facehawaii.org/hcir/

Idaho

Brent Olmstead, President Milk Producers of Idaho and Executive Director for the Idaho Business Coalition for Immigration Reform and Ivan Castillo, President Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://media.spokesman.com/documents/2014/11/Immig-reform-release-11-19-14.pdf

J.R. Simplot Co., the Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry and the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation

El Centro

Boise financial adviser Calvin Gates

Source:  http://magicvalley.com/news/local/idaho-businesses-push-for-immigration-reform/article_6b7b241e-cbb6-5fed-9473-76b87db69d0b.html

Melaleuca

http://www.eastidahonews.com/2013/04/idaho-business-leader-garners-large-support-for-immigration-legislation/

Mark Dunn – JR Simplot Co.

Alex La Beau – IACI

Mark Dunham – AGC

Bob Naerebout – IDA

Dennis Tanikuni – IFBF

Source:  http://immigrationworksusa.org/uploaded/file/Idaho_delegation_letter.pdf

  • Idaho Business Coalition for Immigration Reform
  • Agriculture Coalition for Immigration Reform
  • National Immigration Forum
  • National Milk Producers Federation’s Immigration Task Force
  • Idaho Dairymen’s Association

Source:  http://www.idahodairymens.org/social-responsibility/

Illinois

Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago
Bruce Rauner, Governor of Illinois

Mark Kirk, U.S. Senator
Aaron Schock, U.S. Congressman
Adam Kinzinger, U.S. Congressman
Bob Dold, U.S. Congressman

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
Illinois Senate President John Cullerton
Congressman Brad Schneider
Congressman Robin Kelly
Congressman Tammy Duckworth
Congressman Luis Gutierrez
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Congressman Jan Schakowsky
Congressman Bill Foster
Congressman Mike Quigley

John Rowe, Exelon Chairman Emeritus; Sam Scott, Corn Products Int’l Inc.; Doug Whitley, CEO, IL Chamber of Commerce; Billy Lawless, IL Restaurant Association; Omar Duque, CEO, IL Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Carole Segal, Co-founder, Crate and Barrel; Raul Raymundo, CEO, The Resurrection Project; Pat Magoon, President, Lurie Children’s Hospital; John Atkinson, Willis Group Holding Managing Partner; Grace Tsao-Wu, Co-founder, Laudi Vidni; Sue Gin, CEO, Flying Food Group;Sergio Suarez, Founder, NAIMA; Mark Segal, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce; Alejandro Silva, CEO, Evans Food Group; Ronald Serpico, Melrose Park Mayor; Josh Hoyt, National Partnership for New Americans; Susan Patel, Owner, Patel Handicrafts; Joe Green, CEO, FWD.us; Hedy Ratner, Women’s Business Development Center; Phil Barreda, Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc; Sarah Habansky, IL Technology Assoc; Mark Harris, IL Science and Technology Coalition; Elizabeth Lively, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council; Rich Guebert, Jr., IL Farm Bureau; Anna Morzy, Polish American Chamber of Commerce; Tony Shu, Chinatown Chamber of Commerce, Jaime di Paulo, Little Village Chamber of Commerce; American Jewish Committee Chicago; Filipino American Network; Philippine American Chamber of Commerce; Irish Support Network, Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community; United Macedonian Diaspora, Renew Chicago, Bibles Badges and Business.

Doug Whitley, President and CEO, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Mark Segal, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

Omar Duque, President, Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Carole Segal, Co-Founder, Crate and Barrel

John Rowe, Chairman Emeritus, Exelon Corporation

Billy Lawless, Illinois Restaurant Association

Sam Scott, Former CEO, Corn Products International Inc.

Dave Bender, American Council of Engineering Companies

Dr. Doug Baker – President, Northern Illinois University

Joe Sosnowski – State Representative, Illinois’ 69th District

Harry Alten – Chairman, Illinois Specialty Growers Association

Irakere Picon – Undocumented Law Student, Northern Illinois University

Dave Bender: Executive Director, American Council of Engineering Companies; Chair, Logan County Republican Party

Mark Curran: Sheriff, Lake County

Mike Doyle: Executive Director, University YMCA

Janet Rasmussen: Pastor, First Mennonite Church, Champaign-Urbana

Tariq Butt, Medical Officer, ACCESS Community Health Network

Pedro J. Cevallos – Candau, Co-Founder & Executive Vice President, Primera
Tony Hu, Tony Hu Food Gourmet

David C. Namkung, Founder and Managing Partner, Clarity Partners

Smita Shah, President & CEO, SPAAN Tech Inc.

Steward Sandstrom, President & CEO, Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce

Douglas L. Whitley, President & CEO, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Adam Nielsen, Director, National Legislation & Policy Development, IL Farm Bureau

Mark C. Curran, Sheriff, Lake County Sheriff’s Office

David Dial, Director of Criminal Justice, Aurora University

Keith Michael Estrada, Justice and Peace Coordinator, Catholic Diocese of Joliet

Michael Evans, President & CEO, Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce

Adam Nielson, Director of National Legislation and Policy Development, Illinois Farm Bureau

Douglas L. Whitley, President & CEO, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Shawn Williams, Naperville YB Campus Pastor, Community Christian Church

Source:  http://www.illinoisbic.biz/Events.aspx

Mujeres Latinas en Acción (Mujeres)

Source:  http://mujereslatinasenaccion.org/Forms/wcir

Illinois People’s Action

Source:  http://www.illinoispeoplesaction.org/immigration-reform-and-immigrant-rights.html

Northern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist Church

Fox Valley UMC

Source:  https://www.umcnic.org/th_event/prayer-gathering-for-immigration-reform/

Chicago Jobs With Justice, Unite Here,  the Chicago Teachers Union, SEIU Local 1

P.A.S.O (West Suburban Action Project)

Source:  http://www.seiu1.org/2013/10/15/thousands-march-for-immigration-reform-in-chicago-progress-illinois/

Frey Farms

Source:  http://thesouthern.com/news/opinion/editorial/guest/frey-talley-new-hopes-for-immigration-reform/article_55937e7a-0ee0-5ad5-a223-1cf2e0e0e38f.html

Illinois Business Immigrant Coalition

Supporter List

Name  Title   Business  Community
Angela Adams Lewis & Kappes/BBB Indianapolis, IN
Nihal Advani Founder & CEO Georama Chicago, IL
Greg Baise President & CEO Illinois Manufacturers’ Associaion  Oak Brook, IL
 Eira L. Corral City Clerk Village of Hanover Park Hanover Park, IL
 Gordhan Patel Chairman American Standard Circuits Inc., United Electronics West Chicago, IL
 Arthur R. Velasquez  Chairman Azteca Foods Chicago, IL
Megan Jacobs Chicago, IL
Junaid Kalmadi  Co-Founder BloomTech Group Chicago, IL
Joel Camacho Camacho Hardwood Flooring Chicago, IL
Rich Carrigan President United Displaycraft Des Plaines, IL
 Robert Castillo Dragon Lady Lounge Chicago, IL
 Martin Cooper Co-Founder and Chairman Dyna LLC Del Mar, CA
Arnav Dalmia CEO FunPower Chicago, IL
Jason Blumberg CEO & Managing Director Energy Foundry Chicago, IL
Ashish Rangnekar CEO BenchPrep Chicago, IL
 Mike Rolfes Executive Director Renew Chicago Chicago, IL
James W. Mabie Partner William Blair and Co. Chicago, IL
 Juan Montejano Business Banker Urban Partnership Bank  Chicago, IL
Sergio Morfin Computer Wow Chicago, IL
Colin Tysoe NWSOFA Schaumburg, IL
Carla Edelston Director of Global Relations, Career Management Center Northwestern University Evanston, IL
 Andrea Fox Executive Director Hanover Park Chamber of Commerce Hanover Park, IL
Dulce Garduno DG Promo Design  Chicago, IL
Jai Shekhawat CEO and Founder Fieldglass, Inc. Chicago, IL
Edward J. Wehmer President, CEO and Founder Wintrust Financial Corporation Rosemont, IL
 Steven Lefar President & CEO Sg2 Skokie, IL
Dylan Lingelbach CTO Rentalutions Chicago, IL
Rishi Shah CEO ContextMedia Inc. Chicago, IL
 Ellen Stirling Owner Lake Forest Shop Lake Forest, IL
Rob Meyer CEO Numerical Algorithms Group Lisle, IL
Maja Misheva Developer Pace University NYC, NY
David Vinca Founder & CEO eSpark Learning Chicago, IL
Erik Kinnhammar Manager, International Programs Chicago Sister Cities International Chicago, IL
Sylvia Miga PSC Communications Chicago, IL
 Jaime Hernandez O&J Heating and Cooling Chicago, IL
James Hill, Jr. Chicago, IL
Martin Cortez Martin Fire Places Chicago, IL
Caroline T. Swinney UIC Chicago, IL
Rigo Padilla Illinois DREAM Fund Chicago, IL
Walter Nathan RTC Chicago, IL
Jennifer Tani Roosevelt University Chicago, IL
Kenneth Stewart Liberty Mutual Insurance Mokena, IL
Dan Casey Sterling Engineering, Inc. Elmhurst, IL
Dr. Daniel Poratt Australian & New Zealand Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery Chicago, IL
Dr. Walter Coffey Australian & New Zealand Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery Chicago, IL
Keith Carman Stand Fast Packaging Products Inc. Addison, IL
Tanya Cabrera Illinois Dream Fund Chicago IL
Charles Wintersteen Wintersteen & Dunning Chicago, IL
Scott D. Pollock Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C. Chicago, IL
Alejandro Silva Evans Food Group Chicago, IL
Susan Fortino-Brown Law Offices of Susan Fortino-Brown Chicago, IL
Doug Whitley Illinois Chamber of Commerce Chicago, IL
Michael Fieweger Baker & McKenzie LLP Chicago, IL
Kalman Resnick Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd Chicago, IL
Estelle Gonzales Walgreen Historically Speaking News Lake Forest, IL
John Bucksbaum Bucksbaum Retail Properties Chicago, IL
Richard Lariviere The Field Museum Chicago, IL
Trajko Papuckoski United Macedonian Diaspora Washington, DC
Mercedes Badia-Tavas Badia-Tavas Law Group, Ltd. Chicago, IL
Theresa & Alberto Boni Paucar Martin’s Mini-Market, Inc. Chicago, IL
Renee Silverman Irv’s Luggage Mount Prospect, IL
Dave Borris Hel’s Kitchen Catering Northbrook, IL
Norm Bobins Norman Bobins Consulting LLC Chicago, IL
Rachel Bronson Vice President Chicago Council on Global Affairs Chicago, IL
Martin Cabrera Jr. Founder & CEO Cabrera Capital Markets Chicago, IL
Martin R. Castro President Castro Synergies, LLC Chicago, IL
Alan Channing President & CEO Sinai Health System Chicago, IL
Father Brendan Curran Catholic Businessmen for Immigration Reform Chicago, IL
Omar Duque President & CEO Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chicago, IL
Robert Easter President University of Illinois Urbana, IL
Hon. Jim Edgar Former Governor State of Illinois
Marc J. Gordon President & CEO Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association Chicago, IL
Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider President DePaul University Chicago, IL
Josh Hoyt Chief Strategy Executive Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Chicago, IL
Christopher G. Kennedy Chairman, Board of Trustees University of Illinois Chicago, IL
Billy Lawless Owner The Gage and Henri Chicago, IL
Ken Lehman Managing Partner KKP Group, LLC Evanston, IL
Elizabeth Lively Vice President, Government and External Affairs Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC) Chicago, IL
Patrick M. Magoon President & CEO Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Chicago, IL
Clare Muñana President Ancora Associates, Inc. Chicago, IL
Ellen Rudnick Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship; Executive Director Michael P. Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship; The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Chicago, IL
Jesse Ruiz Partner Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Chicago, IL
Mark Segal President & CEO/Chair The Habitat Company/Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Chicago, IL
Sam Toia President Illinois Restaurant Association Chicago, IL
Maryjane A. Wurth Illinois Hospital Association Naperville, IL
Thomas P. Coffey CEO The Haymarket Group Chicago, IL
James Sifuentes Vice President, Mission and Community Development Saint Anthony Hospital Chicago, IL
Sarfaraz K. Niazi, PhD Chairman & Chief Executive Officer TheraProteins Chicago, IL
Robert A. Salcedo President TheraProteins Chicago, IL

Source:  http://www.illinoisbic.biz/About/SupporterList.aspx

Partner Organizations

The Partnership for a New American Economy

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs Immigration Task Force

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Sinai Health System

Small Business Majority

Illinois Technology Association

Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.illinoisbic.biz/About/PartnerOrganizations.aspx

Steering Committee

John Rowe, Chairman Emeritus, Exelon Corporation

Samuel C. Scott III, Former Chief Executive Officer, Corn Products International, Inc.; Chairman, Chicago Sister Cities International Program

Carole Browe Segal, Co-founder of Crate and Barrel. President, Segal Family Foundation

Dave Bender, Executive Director, American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois

Raul Raymundo, CEO, The Resurrection Project

Joshua Hoyt, Executive Director, National Partnership for New Americans

Todd Maisch, President and CEO, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

William C Kunkler, III, Executive Vice President-Operations of CC Industries, Inc.

John L. Anderson, President, Illinois Institute of Technology

John Atkinson, Managing Partner, Willis Group Holdings

Doug Baker, President, Northern Illinois University

Greg Baise, President & CEO, Illinois Manufacturers’ Association

Lawrence Benito, CEO/Executive Director, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Norman R. Bobins, Norman Bobins Consulting LLC

John Bucksbaum, CEO, Bucksbaum Retail Properties, LLC

Natalia Buling-Betinski, United Macedonian Diaspora

Martin Cabrera Jr., Founder and CEO, Cabrera Capital Markets

Donna M. Carroll, President, Dominican University

Martin R. Castro, President, Castro Synergies, LLC

Alan Channing, President and CEO, Sinai Health System

Dan Costello, President, Home Run Inn Restaurant Group

Alan W. Cramb, Provost, Illinois Institute of Technology

Tom Cross, Senior Consultant, Culloton Strategies; Illinois House Republican Leader (2002-2013)

Susan M. Crown, Chairman and Founder of Susan Crown Exchange Inc.; Vice President and Partner of Henry Crown and Company

Father Brendan Curran, Catholic Businesses for Immigration Reform

Jaime di Paulo, Executive Director, Little Village Chamber of Commerce

Craig J. Duchossois, CEO, The Duchossois Group

Omar Duque, President & CEO, Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Robert Easter, President, University of Illinois

Hon. Jim Edgar, Former Governor, State of Illinois

Ezequiel (Zeke) Flores, CEO, Flying Retail LLC

Juan Gaytan, President, Monterrey Security

Ronald J. Gidwitz, Co-Founder, CGC Partners

Larry J. Goodman, MD, CEO, Rush University Medical Center

Marc J. Gordon, President & CEO, Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association

Richard Guebert Jr., President, Illinois Farm Bureau

Mark Harris, President & CEO, Illinois Science & Technology Coalition

Fred Hoch, Chief Executive Officer, Illinois Technology Association

Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, President, DePaul University

Terry Howerton, Founder of TechNexus

Maria Christopoulos Katris, CEO, Built In

Glenn Keefer, Owner, Keefer’s Restaurant

Christopher G. Kennedy, Chairman, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois

Juliana Kerr, Director, Immigration Initiative, Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Timothy L. Killeen, President, University of Illinois

Billy Lawless, Owner, The Gage and Henri

Ken Lehman, Managing Partner, KKP Group, LLC

Elizabeth Lively, Vice President, Government and External Affairs, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC)

Barry MacLean, CEO and Chairman, MacLean-Fogg

Patrick M. Magoon, President and CEO, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Jim McNulty, former CEO, Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Anna Morzy, President, Polish American Chamber of Commerce

Clare Muñana, President, Ancora Associates, Inc.

Maureen C. Pikarski, Esq., Partner, Gordon and Pikarski

Jose Luis Prado Becerra, President of Quaker Foods – North America at Pepsico

Deborah Quazzo, Founder and Managing Partner, GSV Advisors

Ken Raskin, Chairman of the Illinois Restaurant Association and owner of Manny’s deli

Hedy Ratner, Co-founder & President, Women’s Business Development Center

Ellen Rudnick, Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship; Executive Director, Michael P. Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Jesse Ruiz, Partner, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Michael Sacks, Chairman and CEO of Grosvenor Capital Management and Vice-Chairman of World Business Chicago

Jos Saldana, President and CEO of Bibas Global

Sam Sanchez, Co-Owner, SamCo, Executive Committee, Illinois Restaurant Association

Mark Segal, President and CEO, The Habitat Company; Chair, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee

Byron Spruell, Vice Chairman and Chicago Managing Principal, Deloitte LLP

Sergio Suarez, President, North American Institute for Mexican Advancement

Scott C. Swanson, Regional President, PNC Bank, Illinois

Sam Toia, President, Illinois Restaurant Association

Grace Tsao-Wu, Co-Founder, Laudi Vidni

William Von Hoene, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, Exelon Corporation

Frederick H. Waddell, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Northern Trust Corporation

Edward J. Wehmer, President and CEO of Wintrust Financial Corporation

Doug L. Whitley, Immediate Past President & CEO, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

AJ Wilhelmi, CEO, Illinois Health and Hospital System

Maryjane A. Wurth, Chief Strategy and Relationship Officer, American Hospital Association; CEO and President, Health Forum

Source:  http://www.illinoisbic.biz/About/SteeringCommittee.aspx

More Buddies

John Rowe

Co­Chair, IBIC

Chairman Emeritus, Exelon Corporation

Samuel C. Scott III

Co­Chair, IBIC

Former President, Chairman and CEO, Corn Products International, Inc.

Chairman, Chicago Sister Cities International Program

Dave Bender

Co­Chair, IBIC

Executive Director

American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois

Raul Raymundo

Co­Chair, IBIC

CEO, The Resurrection Project

John L. Anderson

President

Illinois Institute of Technology

John Atkinson

Managing Partner

Willis Group Holdings

Ira Azulay

Founding Partner

Immigration Attorneys, LLP

Greg Baise

President & CEO

Illinois Manufacturers’ Association

Lawrence Benito

CEO/Executive Director

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Norman R. Bobins

Norman Bobins Consulting LLC

Rachel Bronson

Vice President, Studies

Chicago Council on Global Affairs

John Bucksbaum

CEO

Bucksbaum Retail Properties, LLC

Martin Cabrera Jr.

Founder and CEO

Cabrera Capital Markets

Donna M. Carroll

President

Dominican University

Martin R. Castro

President

Castro Synergies, LLC

Alan Channing

President and CEO

Sinai Health System

Father Brendan Curran

Catholic Businesses for Immigration Reform

Omar Duque

President & CEO

Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Robert Easter

President

University of Illinois

Hon. Jim Edgar

Former Governor

State of Illinois

Marc J. Gordon

President & CEO

Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association

Sarah Habansky

Vice President

Illinois Technology Association

Mark Harris

President & CEO

Illinois Science & Technology Coalition

Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider

President

DePaul University

Josh Hoyt

Chief Strategy Executive

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Christopher G. Kennedy

Chairman, Board of Trustees

University of Illinois

Billy Lawless

Owner

The Gage and Henri

Kenneth Lehman

Managing Partner

KKP Group, LLC

Elizabeth Lively

Vice President

Government and External Affairs

Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC)

Patrick M. Magoon

President and CEO

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Clare Muñana

President

Ancora Associates, Inc.

Ellen Rudnick

Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship

Executive Director, Michael P. Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Jesse Ruiz

Partner

Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Mark Segal

President and CEO

The Habitat Company

Chair, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee

Sam Toia

President

Illinois Restaurant Association

William A. Von Hoene, Jr.

Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer

Exelon Corporation

Douglas L. Whitley

President and CEO

Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Maryjane A. Wurth

President & CEO

Illinois Hospital Association

Source:  http://www.illinoisbic.biz/Portals/0/IBIC_Open_Letter_to_IL_Congressional_Delegation.pdf

Faith Coalition for the Common Good Buddies

Source:  http://faithcoalition-il.org/who-we-are/our-members.html

Why they are on this list:  http://faithcoalition-il.org/what-we-do/immigration-reform.html 

Luis G. Arredondo, Church Leader, New Life Community Church
Fr. Larry Dowling, Pastor, St. Agatha; Priests for Justice for Immigrants
Guy Medaglia, President/CEO, St. Anthony Hospital
Rabbi Michael Zedek, Senior Rabbi, Emanuel Congregation; Chicago Board of Rabbis
Mike Rolfes, Executive Director, Renew Chicago
Rev. Larry Greenfield, Executive Minister, American Baptist Churches
Mohammed Kaiseruddin, Chairman, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
Lawrence Benito, Executive Director/CEO, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Rev. Victoria Curtiss, Associate Pastor for Mission, Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
Dr. John Fuder, Director Justice/Compassion, Resource Global
E. Garnet Fay, Clerk, Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Rev. Stanley Davis, Co-Executive Director, Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
Elena Segura, Director, Office of Immigrant Affairs, Archdiocese of Chicago
Rev. Thomas Joyce, CMF Bishop
Bishop Wayne Miller, Metro Chicago Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Shaun N. Herholz, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
James Sifuentes, VP Mission & Community Development at Saint Anthony Hospital
Amy Stoken, AJC Chicago Director

Source:  http://www.juf.org/pdf/ealert/immigration_reform.pdf

Indiana

Indiana Chamber of Commerce

Northern Indiana Community Coalition for Immigration Reform

Source:  http://organizerjeremybernstein1.nationbuilder.com/

IndyCan

Indianapolis Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association

Source:  http://www.wthr.com/story/27683932/meeting-to-help-central-indiana-immigrants-prepare-for-immigration-reform

Hispanic Ministry with the Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis

Source:  http://www.wthr.com/story/4753439/thousands-rally-for-immigration-reform

Darryn Scheske of Heartland Church in Fishers, Mike Colaw of Trinity Church in Fishers, Steve DeNeff ofCollege Wesleyan Church, Marion, Ind

Fall Creek Wesleyan Church in Fishers, Ind.

Source:  http://www.lawrencewilson.com/indiana-evangelical-leaders-call-for-immigration-reform/

Rev. Joseph Johns, Director of Missional Living, Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne

Doug Leman, Executive Director, Indiana Dairy Producers

Source:  http://immigrationforum.org/blog/indiana-faith-and-business-leaders-applaud-republican-standards-on-immigrat/

Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association President John Livengood

Source:  http://thestatehousefile.com/indiana-restaurateurs-use-poll-to-push-for-immigration-reform/11877/

Alliance for Immigration Reform of Indiana (AIRI)

Indiana Catholic Conference (ICC)

Eli Lilly Incorporated  (Opposes e-Verify)

Indiana Manufacturers Association  (Opposes e-Verify)

Source:  http://www.todayscatholicnews.org/2011/04/house-responds-to-concerns-of-alliance-for-immigration-reform-amends-immigration-bill/

Indiana Compact Buddies

Mara Candelaria Reardon Indiana State Representative District 12 , IN
Steve Dabrowski Diocesan Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Diocese of Evansville Evansville, IN
Betty Memmer Senior educator, Planned Parenthood of Indiana Lafayette, In
Carol S. Stwalley Paradocs Enterprises, Inc. Lafayette, IN
Peter Velazquez Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine – South Bend South Bend,
Cynthia V. Duarte Fellow, Notre Dame South Bend, IN
Dr. Juana O Watson President – Eye2TheWorld Indianapolis, In
Edie Olson President, Families First Indianapolis, IN
Jessica Hamar Martinez Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN
Maria E. Bessignano Institute for Latino Studies, Asst. Program Mgr. South Bend, IN
Francisco Aragon Letras Latinas
Maria Awal Institute for Latino Studies Notre Dame, IN
waldo mikels-carrasco Institute for Latino Studies / University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN
Myrna Gray Director of Student Technology Indianapolis, IN
Betty M. Nelson Retired University Administrator West Lafayette, IN
Sue Errington Former state senator, District 26 Muncie, IN
Roland Bydlon EYP Advisors Indianapolis, IN
Dennis Paramore Past President of the World Trade Club of Indiana Indianapolis, IN
Susan McKee Past President, Nationalities Council of Indiana, and past president, International Center of Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN
Don Metzler-Smith Empowering Educational Services, Sole Proprietor and Tutoring Instructor Elkhart, IN
jeffrey l gould indian university professor bloomington, in
Rosy Jansma Mentone Elementary, Treasurer Mentone, In
Karthik Aiyar Jan-Pro Indianapolis, In
Imran Ahmed Assistive Technology instructor and script writer/programmer Indianapolis, IN
Kelly Hayes Professor Indianapolis, IN
Matthew G. Condon, PhD University Professor Indianapolis, IN
Mark Bruns CTO, Salebarn George, IA
Marcia Goldstone Executive Director, Jewish Community Relations Council Indianapolis, IN
Linda Lytle Madison Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Executive Director Madison, IN
Alfredo Barreno Director of Hispanic Ministries of the Wesleyan Church Fishers, IN
Carrie Ehresman Triple XXX Family Restaurant West Lafayette, In
Dr. Elizabeth Gingerich Associate Professor of Business Law Valparaiso, IN
john benjamin Joint Venture Partner Carmel, In
Dean & Suzanne Baker Akron communitee relations task force. Akron, In
Mira Leon Tvhs Akron, IN
Brett R. Boggs Founder, Akron Community Relations Task Force Akron, IN
Ross & Priscilla Burdge Akron Community Relations Task Force Akron, IN
Jeffrey Brown Schahet Hotels Inc., CEO Indianapolis, IN
Alison Penland Chairman, DeKalb County Democrats Auburn, IN
Rick Lux Lux Restaurants Indianapolis, IN
Geoff McKim Member, Monroe County Council Bloomington, IN
Jackie Nytes Councillor, District 9 Indianapolis, IN
Suzanne Bautista Jumpstart Change Indianapolis, IN
Sister Barbara McClelland, S. P. Miracle Place Indianapolis, IN
Sister Rita Ann Wade Miracle Plac Indianapolis, IN
Jeff Mease Founder and CEO, One World Enterprises Bloomington, IN
Susan J. Sandberg President, Bloomington Common Council Bloomington, IN
Michael W. Halstead Halstead Architects Indianapolis, In
Tim R. Stair consultant/pastor MHS Alliance Goshen, IN
Robert A. Minichillo Citizenship classes, St. Vincent de Paul Church Elkhart, IN
Lucy Minichillo English for Adults, St. Vincent de Paul Chruch Elkhart, IN
Huiyun Wang TLC Real Estate Corp Carmel, IN
Jim Kelly College Professor Bloomington, IN
John Sherman Owner, Sherman & Co. Public Relations and Author, New Faces at the Crossroads: The World in Central Indiana (for the International Center of Indianapolis) Indianapolis, I
Rod Kaufman Dr. Rod Kaufman, Optometrist, PC Goshen, IN
Ellen K. Annala United Way of Central Indiana, President & CEO Indianapolis, IN
Jerrell Ross Richer Professor of Economics Goshen, IN
Lubabah Abdullah, Esq. Associate Executive Director of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana Indianapolis, IN
Paul J. Knapp CEO, Young & Laramore Indianapolis, IN
Michael DeVasher Professor, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute, IN
Brenda Srof Professor Goshen, IN
Yanina Guevara Committee for Latino Concerns Greencastle, IN
Scott Enright General Counsel, Emmis Communications Corporation Indianapolis, IN
Gloria Ortiz St Elmo Stakehouse Indianapolis, IN
alfredo herrera St Elmo Stakehouse indianapolis, IN
Jasmine Martinez Committee for Latino Concerns greencastle, IN
Charles Lanham Klipsch Lanham Investments Indianapolis, IN
Bill Wilson Wine For Newbies Productions, LLC South Bend, IN
Richard L Jones Bottom Line Mortgage, Owner Fishers, IN
Rebecca Warnock St. Elmo Steakhouse Indianapolis, IN
Dana S. Vanaman St Elmo, Waiter INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Jason A. Harshman St. Elmo Steak House Indianapolis, IN
Scott Thoman The Lawn Doctor, Inc. New Palestine, IN
Kyle E. Lanham ProJuris, LLC Indianapolis, IN
Alissa Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Indianapolis, IN
Alice Dobie-Galuska Academic Advisor Bloomington, IN
Dale E. Hess Professor, Goshen College Goshen, IN
Eve Gomez Interpreter/E G Interpreting LLC Hammond, In
Jonathan Wieand President, Tax Solutions, P.C. Goshen, IN
juan navarrete st elmo, server indianapolis, in
Thomas D. Hamm Archivist & Professor of History Spiceland, In
Brianna Dines Democracy Matters at IU Bloomington, In
howard Lamson Professor, Pres. Richmond Latino Center Richmond, IN
DAVID P. POORE St. Elmo Steak House Indianapolis, IN
Sheila Suess Kennedy Professor of Law and Public Policy Indianapolis, IN
Kirk M. Dieckamp St. Elmo Steakhouse Waiter Indianapolis, In
Billy Johnson St. Elmo Steakhouse Indianapolis, In
Brian Sebahar St. Elmo Steakhouse Indianapolis, IN
Adam Marker St. Elmo Indianapolis, IN
Kerry Wafford St. Elmo Steak House Mgr. Indianapolis, In
Larry Miller President & CEO, Everence Financial Goshen, IN
Jeffrey D. Featherstun Managing Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP Indianapolis, IN
Susan Elllis Behind the Scenes, CEO Indianapolis, IN
Rabbi Jon Adland Co-Chair, Race and Cultural Relations Leadership Network Indianapolis, IN
Phil Ray Indianapolis Marriott General Manager, Chairman Indiana Hotel and Lodging Association Indianapolis, IN
Betty H. Wilson The Health Foundation Indianapolis, In
Jaret Wieland Transformations Furniture, CEO Harlan, IN
Toby Miller Race and Cultural Relations Leadership Network Indianapolis, IN
George wimmer My Personal Gardener INC. (owner) Landscaping, In
Margarita Villa DePauw University Committee for Latino Concerns Greencastle, IN
Brian J. Sullivan Managing Partner, Shiel Sexton Company Indianapolis, IN
John Sanders Professor of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
Kathryn Aschliman Goshen College Professor Emeritus Goshen, IN
Ron Ringenberg Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, VP Middlebury, IN
Betty Cockrum Planned Parenthood of Indiana, President and CEO Indianapolis, IN
Mary Ann Sullivan State Representative, HD 97 Indianapolis, IN
Lori Morris Indiana Stonewall Democrats President Indianapolis, IN
Rick Stiffney Pres/CEO MHS Alliance Goshen, IN
Kevin Armantrout Ruth’s Chris Steak House , COO Indianapolis, IN
David Hummels Professor, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
april St. Elmo Steak House manager indpls., IN
Jeff Bennett Warren Township Trustee Indianapolis, IN
Levi J. Huffman Huffman & Hawbaker Farms Lafayette, IN
Xin Chen Law Office of Xin Chen Carmel, IN
Jose A. Gonzalez-Parodi Vice President, La Voz de Indiana Newspaper Indianapolis, In
Lisa Heinz Associate Director, Mennonite Education Agency Goshen, IN
Roland M. Dorson President, Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Indianapolis, IN
Joanne Sanders Minority Leader, Indianapolis City-County Council Indianapolis, IN
Christopher Maples Director, Dads Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Eric Servaas Servaas Laboratories Indianapolis, IN
Fred Everett Director, Office of Family Life, Diocese of Fort Wayne–South Bend South Bend, IN
Carleen Miller Executive Director – Exodus Refugee Immigration Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Patrick Stoffers President, Monroe County Board of Commissioners Bloomington, IN
Julie Thomas Monroe County Council Bloomington, IN
Brian Mahern Councillor, District 16, Indianapolis City-County Council Indianapolis, IN
David Sklar President, Indiana Coalition for Human Services Indianapolis, IN
ILDEFONSO CARBAJAL LA OLA LATINO-AMERICANA, LLC Bilingual Newspaper, PUBLISHER INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Rachel L Stoltzfus Mennonite Mission Network Human Resources Goshen, IN
Grace Swartzendruber Marketing Assistant, Mennonite Mission Network Elkhart, IN
Carlos Romero Mennonite Education Agency, Executive Director Goshen, IN
Linford D. Martin pastor, First Mennonite Church of Middlebury Middlebury, In
Gwen Gustafson-Zook Mennonite Central Committee Great Lakes, Regional Associate Goshen, IN
Connie Aldana Latino Coalition ASgainst Domestic and Sexual Violence. Bilingual Advocate Indianapolis, IN
Margaret Lawrence Banning Planned Parenthood of Indiana, Vice President for Public Policy and Education Indianapolis, IN
Wright Business Solutions Group Consulting Firm Indianapolis, IN
Vi Simpson State Senator Bloomington, IN
Susan Enamorado Director, El Campito Child Development Center South Bend, IN
Gregory A. Bohlander Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc. Elwood, IN
Nathan Maldonado CEO of Defienc XIV Indianapolis, In
Mike Heffelmire Indiana Farm Bureau Dillsboro, In
tony barreda Community Coalition for Immigrants East Chicago, IN
Angel S. Rivera Jr Indiana 9th Congressional District Latino Democratic Caucus Bloomington, IN
mike guzman mi tierra restaurant chicago, il
Alexa Deputy Campaign Manager for Mark Kruzan for Mayor Bloomington, IN
Bishop Dale J. Melczek Bishop of Gary Merrillville, IN
Ashley Cane Defienc XIV Indianapolis, Indiana
John Aguilera President / CEO Indiana Latino Institute Indianapolis, IN
Stanley W. Green Executive Director, Mennonite Mission Network Elkhart, IN
Michelle Gutierrez Law Office of Michelle Gutierrez, LLC Indianapolis, IN
Susan Wack SW Professional Care Mgt., LLC Carmel, IN
Claudia Torres Associate Director of Admissions Franklin, IN
Oscar Aguilar Five Star Construction, Owner Carmel, IN
Marisa Aguilar Aguilar Law Office, Attorney Indianapolis, IN
Craig Huse Owner St. Elmo Steak House Indianapolis, IN
Andre Gingerich Stoner Mennonite Church USA, Director of Holistic Witness and Interchurch Relations Elkhart, IN
Aron Willis District Superintendent of The Indiana North District of the Wesleyan Church Marion, In
Esperanza Alonzo Esperanza Alonzo Law Ofice Indianapolis, IN
Laura Berry Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence Indianapolis, IN
Benjamin Snipes Urban Mountain Farms Indianpolis, IN
Ronak Shah Rethinking Incarceration Bloomington, IN
Dr. Steven D. Emery District Superintendent, Indiana Central District of The Wesleyan Church Fishers, IN
Gilbert Holmes Exec Dir ACLU-Indiana Indianapolis, IN
David J. Siler Catholic Charities, Executive Director Indiananpolis, IN
Saulo Padilla Director, Immigration Education Office. Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Goshen, IN
Marion County Democratic Party Marion County Democratic Party Indianapolis, IN
Carleen Miller Executive Director – Exodus Refugee Immigration Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Geanny Brothers Cleaning Service, Inc. Indianapolis, IN
jose reginaldo perez housekeepping, hampton inn fishers, in
Miguel Wright Tree Service Indianapolis, In
Robert W Dora President, Dora Hospitality Fishers, IN
Angela L. Mansfield City-County Councillor, Dist 2 Indianapolis, IN
Caroline V. Dennis Second Presbyterian Church, Associate Pastor Indianapolis, IN
Ron Gibson Mayoral Candidate Indianapolis, I
La Favorita Mexican Restaurant La Favorita Inc indianapolis, IN
Emilio Canas Canas Enterprises Inc. Greenwood, In
Bettina Spencer Professor South Bend, IN
john slivka Affordable Trees L.L.C- Member Anderson, In
Robert L Krouse Midwest Poultry Services, L.P.
Linda Berdayes Associate Professor, Saint Mary’s College South Bend, IN
ignacio zepeda wkam radio 1460 president goshen, in
Charlie Wiles International Interfaith Initiative Indianapolis, IN
victor varela Deluxe auto indianapolis, IN
Matthew C. Greller Indiana Association of Cities and Towns Indianapolis, IN
Marco A. Moreno Lewis & Kappes, P.C. Indianapolis, IN
Ing Barron Ramirez indyHispano.com Indianapolis, IN
Rae Kridel Owner, AlephMEDIA Indianapolis, In
Zuleyja Prieto El Puente Newspaper Goshen, IN
Kathleen Lucas Partner, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Indianapolis, IN
Sos Bagramyan Associate Instructor, Indiana University- Bloomington Bloomington, IN
Juan Jose Teran Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta Dalton, GA
Bethza Seminario Nethyel Pro Beauty Elkhart, IN
Marco Galaviz F.I.R.M.E. Indianapolis, IN
Jose C. Bustos HISAC East Chicago, In
Kate Sheppard Immigration Welcome Center Indianapolis, IN
JOSE DE JESUS AGUILAR RAPIDO CONSTRUCTION INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Ken Barger Campaign for Migrant Worker Justice Indianapolis, IN
Lucinda Nord IN Assoc. of United Ways Indianapolis, IN
Sister Mary Roger Madden Sisters of Providence Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, In
Marcia Souers Bella Villa Realtors, LLC Indianapolis, IN
Vanessa Vigoreaux Eli Lilly Employee Indianapolis, IN
Nelson Ocasio Eli Lilly Carmel, In
Oliver Davis Vice President – South Bend Common Council – District 6 (D) South Bend, IN
Diego Arboleda Owner InterCall llp indianapolis, in
Jose M. Palma Martinez Inter Cambio Express Fort Wayne, IN
Armando Calvo El Paraiso Inc. Ligonier, IN
Thomas Kenny Adjunct Professor Fort Wayne, IN
Miguel Angel Mendoza-Martinez ProLand Landscaping Elkhart, IN
Lane Velayo Indiana Hotel & Lodging Association Indianapolis, IN
Ignatius George Liberia Association of Indiana Indianapolis, IN
Rick Wajda Indiana Builders Association Indianapolis, IN
Greg Cox President of Cox Farms, Inc. Gaston, IN
Cynthia Helmlng Cornerstone Bread Co Indianapolis, IN
Arkangelo G. Wol Founder and Chairman of the Afro Nile Basin Center Indianapolis, IN
Wil Marquez Owner w/purpose Indianapolis, IN
Eusebius Mbidoaka College Professor Indianapolis, IN
David R. Calderon Conexxion latina 89.1 FM/Abriendo Caminos 102.3 fm Fort Wayne, In
Allen Galloway V-P Boyle Construction Management, Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Alberto Foronda Al’s Construction, Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Tony Barreda Community Coalition for Immigrants Whiting/East Chicago, In
Tomas Morales Morales Group Inc. Indianapolis, IN
Melina Kennedy Democratic candidate for Mayor of Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN
Carol Lengkeek-Ollier President, Ollier Distributors Inc. Indianapolis, In
Margaretta Black Professor of French Indianapolis, IN
Pedro Roman President, Indiana Latino Democratic Caucus Bloomington, IN
Tony Del Real UBSC, President Lafayette, In
Allert Brown-Gort President, Hispanic Leadership Coalition Inc. of St. Joseph County New Carlisle, IN
Ashley Lane University of Chicago Coalition for Immigrant Rights Chicago, IL
Jesse Vasquez Vasquez Group, LLC Indianapolis, IN
Connie Zeigler C. Resources Indianapolis, IN
Martin Yoder Crystal Valley Dairy Farms Middlebury, IN
Ana Paola Ruiz Latino Youth Collective Indianapolis, In
Erin Kelley President, League of Women Voters of Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN
Salvador Alba Painting Indianapolis, In
Beatrice Haines Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters Huntington, IN
CRUZ BAJOMUNDO.COM East Rockaway, NY
RW Boop Prof. Of Ed. Indpls., IN
muhammad akbar shabazz Civil Rights Heritage Center south bend, 31
Mary Ann Nivens RCIA Director Anderson, IN
Edward O. DeLaney State Representative, Dist.86 Indianapolis, IN
betty cockrum Planned Parenthood Advocates of Indiana , IN
CARRIE S RUEL-FLORES INDIANA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE LOGANSPORT, IN
Jorge Ayala BATA INC. Fishers, IN
Mark Wittmer President, Mark Wittmer Farms LLC Kouts, IN
Aken Bosch Bosch IT Solutions Greenwood, IN
Suzanne Bautista Libertad Counseling, llc Indianapolis, IN
Doug Litsey President, Calvin Fletcher’s Coffee Co. Indianapolis, IN
Karen Spear Director, Center for Organizational Ethics, Marian University Indianapolis, IN
John Livengood Indiana Hotel & Lodging Association Indianapolis, In
Gala Kennedy Professor Butler University Indianapolis, IN
Jubin Rahatzad Purdue Against Racism Coalition West Lafayette, IN
Debra Scott Indiana Restaurant Association Indianapolis, IN
James Hass Talon Express, llc General Partner West Lafayette, In
Maritza Meihls Morales Group Inc Indianapolis, IN
Silvia Bigatti Associate Professor Fishers, In
S. Joe DeHaven President and CEO, Indiana Bankers Association Indianapolis, IN
Jackie A. Morales Morales Group, Inc Indianapolis, IN
Josephine Hughes National Association of Social Workers, Indiana Chapter Indianapolic, IN
Greg Zoeller Indiana Attorney General Indianapolis, IN

Source:  http://www.indianacompact.com/supporters/P3900/

Iowa

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Source:  http://iowacci.org/in-the-news/no-shut-down-in-the-battle-for-immigration-reform/

Iowa League of United LatinAmerican Citizens

Source:  http://whotv.com/2016/01/19/iowa-latinos-weigh-in-on-supco-announcement/

Iowa AFL-CIO

Source:   http://www.iowaaflcio.org/index.cfm?action=article&articleID=efa0683b-b1b7-48a2-a7b6-ad4449415aaf

Quad Cities Interfaith

Asamblea de Derechos Civile

Wings of Faith Ministries, Inc

Source:  http://kwqc.com/2015/08/20/dozens-in-davenport-march-for-immigration-reform/

Iowa Compact Buddies

Jay Pattee Mayor of Perry, IA
Dan Brickner Police Chief of Perry, IA
Sustainable Ammonia Fertilizer Enterprises (SAFE)
Compressor Controls Corporation
Iowa Nursery & Landscape Association
Bankers Trust
Greater Des Moines Partnership

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20120812071050/http://iowacompact.com/#

Kansas

LULAC, Institute of Research and Education on Human Rights, NAACP, the Jewish Community Relations Bureau, El Centro, Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation, SCLC, the Greater KC Inter-faith Council and Mainstream

Source:  http://www.kansaslulac.org/index.php/state-conference/14-sample-data-articles/91-kslulac-in-action

Sunflower Community Action

The Kansas Chamber of Commerce

Kansas Business Coalition for Immigration Reform

Wichita Independent Business Association and Kansas Farm Bureau

Kansas Coalition for Immigration Reform

Source:  http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/article24751957.html

Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association, the Mid-America Green Industry Council

Source:  http://www.nlc.org/media-center/news-search/kansas-mayors-and-businesses-add-their-voices-to-the-ever-louder-call-for-immigration-reform

Kansas Mayors

Penny Bruckner, Coldwater
Paula L. Schwach, Westwood Hills
Wayne Hidalgo, Lake Quivira
Jerry Wiley, Fairway
Richard T. Boeshaar, Mission Hills
Chris Morrow, Gardner
Jeff Meyers, Shawnee
Barb Shirley, Salina
Carl Gerlach, Overland Park
Michael Boehm, Lenexa
Mark R. Holland, Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City KS
Daniel P. Friesen, Buhler
Terry Somers, Mount Hope
Larry E. Wolgast, Topeka
Dennis Bronson, Stafford
William L Phillipi, Marysville
Ron Wood, Chetopa
Glenn Fischer, Oswego
Quintin Robert, Osage City
Vicki Howell, Belle Plaine
Carl Brewer, Wichita
Mary Olson, Marion
John “Tiny” McTaggart, Edwardsville
Kim Thomas, Stockton
Bart Hettenbach, Woodbine
John F. Ray, Abilene
Herbert Bath, Altamont
Brad Smiley, Canton
Gary W. Fisher, Moundridge
Raymond C. Mader, Russell
Joe Stephens, Syracuse
Lori Christensen, Leoti

Source: a comment on http://cjonline.com/news/2013-08-14/32-kansas-mayors-sign-letter-seeking-immigration-reform

CKE Restaurants CEO Andrew Puzde

Source:  http://www.immigrationworksusa.org/index.php?p=568

Kentucky

Kentucky People of Faith

Source:  https://action.groundswell-mvmt.org/petitions/support-pro-family-and-just-immigration-reform

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth

Source:  https://www.kftc.org/tags/immigrants-rights

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville

Source:  https://www.archlou.org/immigration-reform/

University of Louisville’s president, James Ramsey, along with the presidents of the University of Kentucky,  Murray State University, Western Kentucky University, Eastern Kentucky University, Northern Kentucky University and Morehead State University

American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, ACLU, and the Kentucky Dream Coalition, KDC, chapter from U of L

Source:  http://www.louisvillecardinal.com/2013/03/kentucky-university-presidents-students-push-immigration-reform/

YWCA

Source:  http://intranet.ywca.org/atf/cf/%7B38f90928-ee78-4ce9-a81e-7298da01493e%7D/KENTUCKY%20FACT%20SHEET.PDF

Louisiana

Louisiana Local 21 SIEU

Source:  http://www.thestreet.com/story/11949977/1/louisiana-voters-overwhelmingly-support-bipartisan-senate-immigration-bill.html

Wade Moody, Pastor, Iglesia VIDA Assembly of God Church, New Orleans

David Epstein, President/Minister, Faith Works

Gary Maroney, Vice President, Louisiana Conference of Southern Baptist Evangelists

Dr. Rick Hertless, Evangelist, Singer, Author, Radio Host of “His Gospel Power”

Source:  http://evangelicalimmigrationtable.com/louisiana-evangelical-leaders-call-for-a-vote-on-immigration-reform/

Maine

Maine Compact Buddies

Sue Andersen teacher
Nancy C. Anderson
The Rev. James W. Anderson First Congregational Church of Eliot
Ellen C. Anderson Language Resource Center, Bates College
Joseph Appel Rosemont Market and Bakery
David Barber Barber Foods
The Rev. Dr. Diana Beach Episcopal priest, psychotherapist
Shenna Bellows Maine Civil Liberties Union
Timothy Boulette
Mary Breen Bread and Roses Bakery, inc.
Susan Caplan USM
Mike Carey State of Maine Representative
Natalie Charles
Coastal Enterprises, Inc. Coastal Enterprises, Inc.
Deborah Davis-Johnson Immanuel Baptist Church/Williston West UCC
Ruth Elkin Saving Lives
Judith Entwistle social worker
Christina Feller Living With Peace
Richard H Francis North Deering Alliance Church
Michael D Freysinger
Jacob Gerritsen
Andrew Grannell Center for African Heritage, Board member
Ben Grant Kaplan & Grant
Cynthia Grimm
Anja Hanson Portland Adult Edcuation
Dolgormaa Hersom United Way of Greater Portland
Rabbi Akiva Herzfeld Congregation Shaarey Tphiloh
Mike Kabanda human rights activist
E’nkul Kanakan
Anne Kemper
Steve Kemper Bates College
Christine Kimball Gorham Ecumenical Council
Ellen Kunkle Full Circle Doula Services
Carmen Lavertu Midcoast Friends Meeting (Damariscotta)
Adam Lee Lee Auto
Jose Joey Lopez LULAC of Maine
Victoria Loring
Jane Makela
Leslie Manning Friends Rep., Maine Council of Churches
Kim Matthews
Christopher McCabe law student
Molly McMahon
Sally Melcher
Ingrid Merrill
Derek Michaud
Elizabeth Miller Portland Adult Education
Nkongolo Mulumba Congo-Kinshasa Community of Maine
Kim Nagy clinical social worker
Priya Natarajan
Sharon Gwatkin Newman
James OKeefe Immigration Law Group, LLC
Betsy Parsons teacher
John Paterson
David Paye
Lisa Pierce
Edward Reilly Maine Civil Liberties Union
Jonathan Reitman Gosline & Reitman Dispute Resolution Services
Susan Roche
Tom Rogers financial advisor
Andrew and Nina Roth-Wells Nina Roth-Wells Painting Conservation LLC
Sam Saltonstall
Frank Sanfilippo MSW intern
The Rev. Benjamin Shambaugh Dean, St. Luke’s Cathedral
William and Ursula Slavick Pax Christi Maine
Diane Smith Organizing for America volunteer
Margaret A. Spann resident of Portland, Maine
Mark St.Germain St.Germain Collins
Christopher St.John Maine Center for Economic Policy
Ronald D. Stegall Coastside Bio Resources
Beth Stickney, Esq. Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Andi Summers Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Robert E. Talbot NAACP
Meryl C. S. Troop language access consultant and interpreter trainer
Rachel Watson Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Katherine Wihry student
Rob Wood Portland Adult Education
Frances Zilkha
Adam Zuckerman

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20120127002123/http://www.mainecompact.com/site/signatories

Maryland

Maryland NOW

Anne Arundel County NOW

Source:  http://marylandnow.org/immigration_reform_letter/

ACLU of Maryland

Source:  http://www.aclu-md.org/issues/immigrants_rights

CASA de Maryland

Source:  http://cdm.nonprofitsoapbox.com/news-archive/1203-thousands-rally-in-dc-for-immigration-reform

Maryland Immigrant Rights Coalition

Source:  http://marylandimmigrantrightscoalition.org/?page_id=457

SEIU 32BJ

Source:  http://www.seiu32bj.org/districts/dc-va-md/politics/

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF)

Source:  http://mfbf.net/HelpwantedMassachusettsgrowereagerforimmigr/tabid/563/Default.aspx

Minnesota

Minnesota Milk Producers Association

Source:  http://blogs.mprnews.org/statewide/2014/02/farm-push-for-immigration-reform/

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

Minnesota Business Immigration Coalition

Source:  http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/172912/file-1208621496-pdf/docs/Press_Release_07.10.14.pdf

Minnesota Catholic Conference

Source:  http://www.mncc.org/a-christian-call-for-immigration-reform/

Asamblea de Derechos Civiles de Minnesota

Cedar Valley Advocates for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Source:  http://wcfcourier.com/news/local/civil-rights-group-marches-in-waterloo-for-immigration-reform/article_bdf85d1d-6d34-5f69-b137-48c4f05a2c3e.html

Minnesota Business Immigration Coalition Members

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Minnesota Agri-Growth Council, Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association, Hospitality Minnesota, Minnesota Milk Producers Association, Midwest Food Processors Association, Minnesota Restaurant Association, and Minnesota Lodging Association

Source:  http://www.mnbic.org/who-we-are

Minnesota and the Dakotas Business and Advocacy Immigration Coalition Members

Minnesota Agri-Growth Council
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association
Hospitality Minnesota
Service Employees International Union
Minnesota (SEIU MN)
Minnesota Milk Producers Association
UFCW Local 1189
League of Women Voters Minnesota
Islamic Center of Minnesota
Midwest Food Processors Association
Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota
Family & Children’s Service
Jewish Community Action
Minnesota Restaurant Association
Minnesota Lodging Association
Minnesota Council of Churches
Minnesota-Dakotas Chapter of American
Immigration Lawyers Association
(AILA-MN/DAK)
Interfaith Coalition on Immigration –
ICOM
UNITE HERE Minnesota Unions
Immigration Task Force – Minnesota
Conference United Church of Christ
Saint Paul Area Synod, Evangelical
Lutheran Church in America
Minnesota AFL-CIO
Jewish Community Relations Council
ISAIAH
Latino Economic Development Center
Transform Minnesota
Minnesota Catholic Conference
Council on American Islamic Relations
– MN (CAIR)
Greater North Dakota Chamber
The Minnesota Annual Conference of
The United Methodist Church
Dakotas Annual Conference of the
United Methodist Church
Immigration, Refugees, and Asylum
Seekers Justice Task Force of the NE
MN Synod of the ELCA
Advocates for Human Rights
North Dakota AFL-CIO
Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Source:  https://www.ilcm.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/MinnesotaBusinessAdvocacyImmigrationCoalition.pdf

Mississippi

Mississippi Economic Council

Mississippi Poultry Association

Calhoun County Sheriff Greg Pollan

Topshaw Farms

Source:  http://www.nola.com/business/index.ssf/2012/03/immigrants_in_mississippi_farm.html

Missouri

St. Louis Central Labor Council President, Bob Soutier

Service Employees’ International Union (SEIU), the United Food and Commercial Workers’ (UFCW) union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) and the Communications Workers’ Union of America (CWA)

Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates (MIRA) coalition, Catholic Charities of St. Louis, Metropolitan Congregations United, the ACLU of Eastern Missouri, SEIU and UFCW Local 655

Source:  http://peoplesworld.org/st-louis-says-si-se-puede-for-immigration-reform/

Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod

Source:  http://www.lcms.org/Document.fdoc?src=lcm&id=2194

Alison Dreith, of the Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition

Source;  http://krcgtv.com/news/elections/dozens-rally-for-immigration-reform?id=966216

Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet

Source:  https://www.csjsl.org/news/csjs-share-stories-for-immigration-reform.php

Milagros Calvetti, Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau

Miguel Ángel Salazar, Diocese Kansas City-St Joseph

Enrique Castro, Diocese of Jefferson City

  1. Javier Orozco, Archdiocese of St. Louis

Source:  http://dioscg.org/index.php/missouri-directors-of-hispanic-ministry-invite-catholics-to-the-border/

The Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation

Source:  http://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/local-group-marches-for-immigration-reform-ahead-of-donald-trump-rally-in-kansas-city

Montana Amnesty Backers

Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance (MIJA) – http://www.mija.org/

Montana Organizing Project, Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance, Billings South Side Task Force, Indian People’s Action and First Congregational UCC

Source:  http://montanaorganizingproject.org/2013/10/oct-5-rally/

Montana AFL-CIO

Source:  http://www.mtaflcio.org/mobile/index.cfm?zone=/unionactive/view_article.cfm&HomeID=294238

Nebraska Amnesty Backers

ACLU – Nebraska

Anti-Defamation League – Plains States Region

Black Men United

Brown Immigration Law, LLP

Campbell’s Nurseries and Garden Center

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha

Center for People in Need

Center for Rural Affairs

Central Nebraska Human Trafficking & Immigration Outreach

Centro Hispano Comunitario (Columbus)

College of Saint Mary

Creighton Center for Service and Justice

DREAMers Project Coalition

El Centro de las Americas (Lincoln)

Fair Housing Center of Nebraska and Iowa

Great Plains United Methodist Peace with Justice Ministries

Great Plains Conference United Methodist Women

Heartland Workers Center

Inclusive Communities

Interchurch Ministries of Nebraska

Iowa/Nebraska Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association

Justice For Our Neighbors – Nebraska

Latino American Commission of Nebraska

Latino Center of the Midlands

League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha

League of Women Voters of Lincoln and Lancaster County

Malcolm X Memorial Foundation

Mulhall’s Nursery, Omaha

NAACP – Lincoln

National Association of Social Workers – Nebraska Chapter

National Council of Jewish Women – Omaha Section

Nebraska State AFL-CIO

Nebraska Appleseed

Nebraska Catholic Conference

Nebraska Cattlemen

Nebraska Restaurant Association

Nebraska Retail Federation

Nebraska State Dairy Association

Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition

Nebraskans for Peace

Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance

Omaha Together One Community

One World Community Health Centers

Peck Law Firm

Sisters of Mercy, West Midwest Community

Southern Sudan Community Association (SSCA Omaha)

St. Mary’s Immigration Program (Grand Island)

Unity in Action (South Sioux City)

Voices for Children in Nebraska

YWCA Adams County

YWCA Grand Island

YWCA Lincoln

Source:  https://neappleseed.org/blog/18015

North Carolina Amnesty Backers

Latin American Coalition (Charlotte)

NC Council of Churches

NC Justice Center

El Pueblo

American Friends Service Committee’s Project Voice

NC Justice Center

Source:  http://www.ncjustice.org/?q=media-release-north-carolina-groups-individuals-join-growing-national-movement-immigration-reform

Bishop Porter Taylor,
Diocese of Western North Carolina

Bishop Anne Hodges-Copple,
Diocese of North Carolina

Bishop Michael Curry,
Diocese of North Carolina

Source:  http://iris.diocesewnc.org/dfc/newsdetail_2/3160495

North Dakota Amnesty Backers

Greater North Dakota Chamber President & CEO, Andy Peterson

John MacMartin, President of Minot Chamber of Commerce; Guy Moos, President of Baker Boy; and Don Morton, Senior Director at Microsoft.

Source:  https://www.ndchamber.com/north-dakota-business-and-industry-leaders-call-for-comprehensive-immigration-reform/#.VwwDc_krKM8

North Dakotans for Immigration Reform

John MacMartin, president of the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.minotdailynews.com/page/content.detail/id/575795/Employers-call-for–immigration-reform.html?nav=5010

Nevada Amnesty Backers

Nevada Restaurant Association (NvRA)

Source:  http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1927545/posts?page=1

former Gov. Bob List

Peter Guzman, president of the Latin Chamber of Commerce

Virginia Valentine, president of the Nevada Resort Association

Irma Aguirre, owner of El Sombrero, a Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas

Source:  http://www.reviewjournal.com/politics/election-2016/bipartisan-nevada-group-calls-immigration-reform

Silva, organizing director for PLAN Action, the political arm of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada

Source:  http://www.reviewjournal.com/politics/election-2016/nevada-immigration-reform-advocate-speak-democratic-convention 

Nevada Immigrant Coalition (including the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, Mi Familia Vota, DREAM Big Vegas, Immigration Reform for Nevada, and SEIU Local 1107)

Source:  http://www.seiunv.org/tag/nevada-immigrant-coalition/

LAS VEGAS MAY DAY COALITION GROUPS

Nevada State AFL-CIO,

Culinary Union 226,

Laborer’s Union 872, LiUNA

Painter’s Union District 15, IUPAT

United Steelworkers of Nevada, USW

Service Employees International Union Local 1107, SEIU

Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Union 162,

Mi Familia Vota, MFV

Nevada Alliance of Retired Americans, NARA

Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, PLAN

DREAM Big Vegas, DBV

National Council of La Raza, NCLR

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, APALA

Hermandad Mexicana Las Vegas

Immigration Reform for Nevada, IRN

National Federation of Filipino American Associations, NAFFAA,

Yo Soy 132,

Consejo Latino,

El Concilio Hispano,

MEChA de UNLV,

Hispanics in Politics;

Organizacion de Nayaritas en Las Vegas,

Federacion de Mexico D.F.,

Asociacion de los Mujeres Michoacanas,

Inmigrantes Trabajando Saldremos Adelante, ITSA

Club Juchitan de Guerrero,

Internacional Human Rights,

Unidos por la reforma

Si Se Puede

Madres por la Justicia

Source:  http://www.culinaryunion226.org/blog/archive?c=tags&t=immigration-reform

New Jersey Amnesty Backers

Honeywell, Merck, Cognizant Technology Solutions, and Goya foods

New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association

Source:  http://njra.org/2014/07/immigration-reform-means-more-new-jersey-businesses-and-jobs/

New York Amnesty Backers

New York Civil Liberties Union

Alliance of Communities Transforming Syracuse (ACTS)

Source:  http://www.nyclu.org/content/syracuse-comes-out-cold-immigration-reform

New York City Central Labor Council (NYCCLC)

Source:  http://www.nycclc.org/gallery/we-cannot-wait-another-day-immigration-reform

New York Farm Bureau

Source:  http://www.evesun.com/news/stories/2015-02-26/20895/New-York-Farm-Bureau-advocates-for-immigration-reform/

African Imams Council, the Alianza Dominicana, the Organization of Chinese Americans (which now represents Asian PacificAmericans), Out4Immigration,

Construction and General Building Local 79

Source:  http://latindispatch.com/2010/03/10/immigration-reform-advocates-stage-rally-on-steps-of-city-hall-in-new-york/

New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform Buddies

1199SEIU

Adhikaar

African Hope Committee, Inc.

Africa Business Community, Inc.

Afrique Entente Inc.

Albanian Islamic Cultural Center

Al-Ihsan Academy

Al-Iman School

American Civil Liberties Union

American Jewish Committee (AJC) New York

American Families United

Arab American Association (AAA)

Arab American Family Support Center

Asian American Bar Association of New York

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance – New York Chapter

Asian Americans for Equality

Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice

Black Immigration Network

The Black Institute

Brockport Ecumenical Outreach Committee

Brooklyn Alliance

Brooklyn Community Board 14

CAMBA Legal Services

Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN)

Center for Family Representation

Center for Popular Democracy

Center for the Study of Brooklyn

Central New York Coalition for Immigration Reform

CHHAYA Community Development Corporation

Chinese Progressive Association (CPA)

Church World Service

Coalition for Asian American Children and Families

Coalition for Economic Justice

Commission of the Public’s Health System

Committee for Hispanic Children and Families

Committee of Interns and Residents – SEIU

Concerned Democratic Coalition (CDC)

Connect NY

Cornell’s Worker Institute

CORO

Council of African Imams

Council of Jewish Organizations (COJO) of Flatbush

Council of Peoples Organization (COPO)

Domestic Workers United

Downtown United Presbyterian Church, Justice Committee

DREAM Action Coalition

East Brooklyn Community High School

East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc.

Equadorian Integration

Emerald Isle Immigration Center

Gamaliel

Greater Brooklyn Health Coalition

Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition

Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice

Gyro King

Haitian Americans United for Progress, Inc. (HAUP)

The Hispanic Coalition

Hermanos Unidos

Hotel Trades Council

Hudson Valley Community Coalition

Immigration Equality Action Fund

Industrial Areas Foundation

The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester

International Union UAW Reg 9A

Islamic Center of Long Island

Islamic Leadership School

Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement

Jahajee Sisters

Jamaica Muslim Center

Jewish Association Serving the Aging (JASA)

Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)

Judson Memorial Church

La Fuente

La Union

La Voz Magazine

Latino Commission on AIDS

Latino Justice PRLDEF

Liuna Local 78

Long Island Immigrant Students Advocates

Long Island Wins

Los Tacos Locos Restaurant

LULAC – Syracuse Chapter

Make the Road New York (MTRNY)

Manhattan Young Democrats

Met Council on Housing

Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign

Mexicana Solutions

Midwood Development Corporation (MDC)

Migrant Support Services of Wayne County

Milano School for International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy

Minkwon Center for Community Action

MIRA USA

Miraj Islamic School

Mothers on the Move

Muslim Consultative Network

Muslim Women’s Institute for Research and Development

National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) East Flatbush

National & New York Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)

Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP)

New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE)

New Sanctuary Coalition

New York Board of Rabbis

New York Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

New York Civil Liberties Union

New York Civil Liberties Union Western Regional Office

New York Immigration Coalition

New York Legal Assistance Group – Immigrant Protection Unit

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR)

New York State AFL-CIO

New York State Civic Engagement Table (NYSCEC)

New York State Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

New York State Immigrant Action Fund

New York State Interfaith Network

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Organizing for Action Immigration Task Force

Oscar Romero Church

Out4Immigration

PanAfrican Unity Dialogue and Caribbean Research Center at Medgar Evers College

Peace Action New York State

Professional Staff Congress (PSC)/City University of New York (CUNY) AFT #2334

Queens Community House (QCH)

Razi School

Rochester Committee on Latin America

Rockland Immigration Coalition

Russian-Speaking Community and Council of Manhattan and the Bronx (RCCMB)

Sanctuary for Families

SEIU Local 32BJ

Single Stop USA

Social Justice Council, First Unitarian Church of Rochester

Somos La Llave del Futuro

South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)

South Asian International Film Festival (SAIFF)

South Asian Youth Action (SAYA!)

Tenement Museum

TEPEYAC

The Door

The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester

The International Youth Association (TIYA)

The New School

Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition

Trinity Lutheran Church

Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 100

United Jewish Appeal Federation

Urban Assembly High School

Urban Justice Center (UJC)

Westchester Hispanic Coalition (WHC)

Women of ASAAL

Working Families Party (WFP)

Worker Institute at Cornell University

Worker Justice Center of New York

Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of New York State

9/11 Tribute Center

92nd Street Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association

Source:  http://www.thenyic.org/NYCampaign-ImmigrationReform

Ohio Amnesty Backers

HOLA Ohio

Source:  http://www.laprensatoledo.com/Stories/2015/080715/groundzero.htm

Central Ohio Worker Center

Source:  https://www.ohio.edu/compass/stories/15-16/02/Center-law-justice-event.cfm

Ohio Fruit Growers Marketing Association

Hillcrest Orchards

Sunleaf Nursery

Ohio Farm Bureau Federation

Hirsch Fruit Farm

Source:  http://ocj.com/2014/07/ohioans-take-part-in-national-day-of-action-for-meaningful-immigration-reform/

Ohio Prophetic Voices and The AMOS Project

Source:  http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/news/groups-urge-boehner-on-immigration-reform/nfc44/

Greater Cleveland Partnership

Source:  http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2014/03/greater_cleveland_partnership_1.html

Ohio Jobs & Justice PAC

Source:  http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2013/11/in_ohio_business_groups_are_le.html

Oklahoma Amnesty Backers

Sen. Brian Crain

Pat McFerron of CMA Strategies

Jake Fisher, owner of Bridges Advertising

Source:  http://okgazette.com/2014/11/20/republicans-call-for-immigration-reform-from-oklahoma-delegation/

Pennsylvania Amnesty Backers

PUIR Buddies

Anti-Defamation League, Arab American Community Development Corporation, Boat People SOS- Delaware Valley, Casa de la Cultura, Ceiba, Center for Popular Democracy, Church World Services, Community Legal Services, Equality Pennsylvania, Fight for Philly, Greater Philadelphia Jewish Immigration Coalition, Grupo de Apoyo e Integración Hispanoamericano, HIAS Pennsylvania, Indochinese American Council, Keystone Votes, National Federation of Filipino American Associations, Nationalities Service Center, New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia, Organizing for Action, Philadelphia Storytelling Project, Project Shine- Temple University Center for Intergenerational Learning, SEIU 32BJ, SEIU Health Care Pennsylvania, Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Action Network, and Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC)

Source:  http://paimmigrant.org/programs/pennsylvania-united-immigration-reform

South Carolina Amnesty Backers

South Carolina Farm Bureau

Source:  https://immigrationforum.org/blog/s-c-faith-agribusiness-leaders-build-support-for-immigration-reform/

Palmetto State Coalition for Immigration Reform

Columbia Chamber of Commerce, University of South Carolina president Harris Pastides, the Columbia Urban League
S.C. Appleseed Legal Justice Center

Source:  http://www.thestate.com/latest-news/article14423678.html

SC Hispanic Leadership Council

Source:  http://www.sciway.net/org/sc-hispanic-latino-resources.html

South Dakota Amnesty Backers

Turner Country Dairy

Source:  https://www.immigrationdirect.com/blog/2015/04/south-dakota-dairy-farmers-join-ag-call-for-immigration-reform/

Tennessee Amnesty Backers

Yuri Cunza, president and CEO of the Nashville Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greg Adkins, president and CEO of the Tennessee Hospitality Association

Ralph Schulz, president and CEO of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2014/07/10/nashville-business-leaders-push-immigration-reform/12490263/

Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, Associated Builders and Contractors Inc

Moore Hallmark, executive director of the Southeastern Region of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Eben Cathey of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

Source:  http://www.tnca.org/2013/06/14/business-leaders-back-federal-immigration-reform/

Texas Amnesty Backers

Supermercados Morelos

Cantu Construction

Source:  http://www.equalvoiceforfamilies.org/texas-businesses-stand-up-for-immigration-reform/

Texas Organizing Project

Source:  http://www.austinchronicle.com/news/2015-11-20/a-pilgrimage-for-immigrants/

Texas Restaurant Association, Texas Association of Retailers, Texas Hotel and Lodging Association and the South Texas Property Rights Association

Source:  http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/politics/Texas-Business-Groups-Call-for-Immigration-Reform-253200641.html

Austin Interfaith

Central Texas Bishops

Source:  http://industrialareasfoundation.org/content/central-texas-bishops-call-immigration-reform

Texas AFL-CIO

Source:  https://www.texastribune.org/2015/11/19/immigrants-slam-abbott-37-mile-march/

Education Austin

Source:  http://kxan.com/2015/11/21/protesters-rally-outside-of-governors-mansion-call-for-immigration-reform/

Pac Insurance

Rio Grande Valley Equal Voice Network

La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE)

Source:  http://www.equalvoiceforfamilies.org/texas-businesses-stand-up-for-immigration-reform/

Texas Association of Business

Holes Inc

TAS Commercial Concrete Construction

Source:  http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/columnists/tomlinson/article/Texas-businesses-need-immigration-reform-now-5612915.php

Texans for Sensible Immigration Policy

Kiley Advisors

Immigration Task Force for the Greater Houston Partnership

Charles Foster, of the Foster law firm

Source: http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2014/11/23/texas-construction-firms-desperate-for-workers-call-for-immigration-reform/

San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://www.mysanantonio.com/business/local/article/S-A-business-leaders-push-immigration-reform-4601621.php

Texas Immigration Solution

Source:  http://forgingconsensus.org/index.php/news/faith-law-enforcement-business-leaders-build-on-momentum-for-immigration-re

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Adams Insurance Services, Inc.
ALCOM Electronicos de Mexico S.A. de C.V.
Associated Builders & Contractors of Texas
Associated Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Texas
Baldi Gardens
Beecherl Investments
Belton Area Chamber of Commerce
Bob Perry
Boggus Ford
Borders Melon Co.
Bowerbird Construction
Brownsville Chamber of Commerce
Bud Smith Organization
Cameo Samples LLC
Cedar Creek Farms
Clearstream Wastewater Systems, Inc.
Contran Corporation
Corporate Facilities Management Services, LLC
Dairy Farmers of America
East Texas Refrigeration
Emerald Garden
Excell Cleaning and Building Services, Inc.
Express Personnel Services
Federation of Employers & Workers of America
Four Seasons Sunrooms Design and Remodeling Center
Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Greater Houston Partnership
Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce
Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
GreenWay Lawn Care
Heard & Smith L.L.P
Henry S. Miller Companies
Hunt Building Corporation
Hutchison Homes
IBTX Risk Management System
ImmigrationWorks USA
International Bank of Commerce
James Leininger, M.D.
Kenjura Tile, Inc.
Lawn Management Company
Landmark Nurseries Inc.
Loeffler, Tuggey, Pauerstein, Rosenthal LLP
Lone Star Milk Producers
Manhattan Policy Institute
McAllen Chamber of Commerce
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
Metro Blind & Shade Inc.
Mission Economic Development Authority
Mortellaro’s Nursery, Inc.
North American Stone Company
Pape Farms
Phil Adams Company Pilgrim’s Pride
Plains Cotton Growers, Inc.
Powell Plant Farms, Inc.
Ran-Pro Farms Inc.
Rennerwood, Inc.
Rio Grande Valley Partnership/Chamber of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Sanderson Farms
Select Milk Producers, Inc.
South Padre Island Chamber of Commerce
Southern Multifoods, Inc.
Southwest Property Landscaping
Starr-Camargo Bridge Co.
TawaKoni Plant Farm
Texas Agriculture Cooperative Council
Texas Apartment Association
Texas Association of Builders
Texas Association of Business
Texas Association of Dairymen
Texas Association of Mexican-American Chambers of Commerce
Texas Cattle Feeders Association
Texas Citrus Mutual
Texas Cotton Ginners Association
Texas Farm Bureau
Texas Forestry Association
Texas Hotel & Lodging Association
Texas Nursery and Landscape Association
Texas Watermelon Association
Texas Package Store Association
Texas Pork Producers Association
Texas Poultry Federation and Affiliates
Texas Produce Association
Texas Restaurant Association
Texas Retailers Association
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
Texas State Bank
Texas State Florists Association
Texas Travel Industry Association
Texas Vegetable Association
The Honorable Dolph Briscoe
Turfgrass Producers of Texas
Tyson Foods, Inc.
Universal Metal Products
West Texas Plants
Wester Landscape Management
Wilhite Landscape and Lawn Care, Ltd.
Winter Garden Produce
Workforce Solutions

Source:  http://texasuproar.blogspot.com/2008/06/about-texas-employers-for-immigration.html

Texas Compact Buddies

Alberto P. Cardenas, Jr.  Executive Counsel, Americans for Immigration Reform

Henry Cisneros Chairman, CityView and Former Mayor of San Antonio

Dr. Joseph J. Clifford Senior Pastor, First Presbyterian Church of Dallas

Mike Cole General Presbyter, Presbytery of New Covenant, Houston

Deborah Fikes Executive Advisor to World Evangelical Alliance and board member National Association of Evangelicals

Charles Foster Chairman, Task Force on Immigration, Greater Houston Partnership

Dr. Juan Hernandez Co-founder, Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Rabbi David Lyon Senior Rabbi at Congregation Beth Israel, Houston

Stan Marek  President and CEO, Marek Companies

Dr. Laura G. Murillo President & CEO Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Mike Nichols Texas Compact Co-Chair and retired SVP, Sysco Corporation

Marcia Nichols Texas Compact Co-Chair

Richard Shaw Secretary-Treasurer AFL-CIO Harris County

Source:  http://texascompact.org/texas-compact-original-signatories/

Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance Buddies

1. Alianza Mexicana por una Reforma Migratoria, Houston
2. All Saints Catholic Church, Ft. Worth
3. American Gateways, Austin
4. Annunciation House, El Paso
5. ARISE, Alamo
6. Arlington LULAC Council #4353, Arlington
7. ASEGARD, Dallas
8. Asociacion de Guatemaltecos en Texas, Austin
9. Assistant City Manager Steve Pena, City of Alton, Alton
10. Austin City Councilmember Mike Martinez, Austin
11. Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition, Austin
12. AYUDA, El Paso
13. Baldo’s Garage, Rio Grande Valley
14. Border Network for Human Rights, El Paso
15. Call To Action-RGV, McAllen
16. CARECEN, Houston
17. Casa Durango, Dallas
18. Casa de Proyecto Libertad, Harlingen
19. Casa del Inmigrante, Ft. Worth
20. Casa Marianella, Austin
21. Catholic Charities of Dallas
22. Catholic Charities of San Antonio
23. CC. Vida Comunio de Santidad, Rio Grande Valley
24. Centro Civico Monseñor Romero, Dallas
25. Centro de Mujeres de la Esperanza, El Paso
26. Centro de Recursos Centroamericanos (CRECEN), Houston
27. City of Alton, Alton
28. Coalicion Internacional de Mexicanos en le Exterior, Dallas
29. Coalition for Immigration Reform of Dallas/Fort Worth and North Texas
30. CodePink Austin, Austin
31. Dalia’s Beauty Salon, Rio Grande Valley
32. Dallas RITA Network, Dallas
33. DMRS – Diocese of Migrant and Refugee Services, El Paso
34. East Austin Voter Mobilization, Austin
35. El Acero Concrete, Rio Grande Valley
36. El Buen Samaritano, Austin
37. Eleganza Beauty Salon, Rio Grande Valley
38. English at Work, Austin
39. Equal Voice Network, Rio Grande Valley
40. Fundacion Ada Cuadros, Dallas
41. Grassroots Leadership, Austin
42. Greater Waco Youth Law Project, Waco
43. Hernandez Paints, Rio Grande Valley
44. Hidalgo County Texas Democratic Women, McAllen
45. Houston Coalition for Immigration Reform, Houston
46. Immigration Law Offices of Paul Parsons, P.C., Austin
47. J. Reyes Tire Service, Rio Grande Valley
48. Jovenes Fronterizos por un Mismo Sueno, El Paso
49. Junior’s Supermarket, Rio Grande Valley
50. La Union del Pueblo Entero(LUPE), San Juan
51. Las Americas, El Paso
52. Latina Mami, Austin
53. Lolis Styling Center, Rio Grande Valley
54. LULAC, El Paso
55. Materiales la Huna, Rio Grande Valley
56. MiFamilia Vota Civic Participation, Houston
57. Microland Electronics Corporation, Austin
58. Ministerios la Vida Verdadera, Rio Grande Valley
59. Mothers Against Discrimination and Racism in Education and Society (M.A.D.R.E.S.), Austin
60. Mujer Obrera, El Paso
61. National Council of Jewish Women Texas State Public Affairs Co-chairs
62. Nicaraguenses Inmigrantes Centralizados en Austin (NICA), Austin
63. OCA Greater Houston Chapter, Houston
64. Paso Del Norte Civil Rights Project, El Paso
65. Pastor Alfred Krebs, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Austin
66. Pax Christi Austin
67. Peace and Justice Committee, McAllen
68. Peace and Justice Ministry, El Paso
69. Peña’s Car Wash, Rio Grande Valley
70. People Organized in Defense of Earth and her Resources (PODER), Austin
71. Primera Iglesia Bautista Las Malpas, Rio Grande Valley
72. Proyecto Azteca, San Juan
73. Proyecto Juan Diego, Brownsville
74. RGV-BARCA, McAllen
75. Richard’s Pharmacy, Rio Grande Valley
76. Rodriguez Rentals, Rio Grande Valley
77. Roman Catholic Dioceses of Dallas, Dallas
78. S.D.S. Sacón, Rio Grande Valley
79. Santa Barbara Parish, Austin
80. SEIU Local 1 Justice for Janitors, Houston
81. Snown Snacks, Rio Grande Valley
82. South Texas Civil Rights Project (STCRP), San Juan
83. South Texas Immigration Council (STIC), McAllen
84. Southwest Key, Austin
85. Southwest Workers Union, Edinburg
86. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Austin
87. St. Ignatius Parish, Austin
88. St. Pius Community Church, El Paso
89. START Center, San Benito
90. Taqueria Don Felipe, Rio Grande Valley
91. Taqueria Lara, Rio Grande Valley
92. Texans for Peace, Austin
93. Texans United for Families, Austin
94. Texas Organizing Project (TOP), Texas
95. Texas State Representative Eddie Rodriguez (District 51), Austin
96. Texas State Representative Elliott Naishtat (District 49), Austin
97. Texas State Representative Marisa Marquez (District 77), El Paso
98. Texas State Representative Naomi Gonzalez (District 76), El Paso
99. Texas State Representative Roberto Alonzo (District 104), Dallas
100. Texas State Senator Jose Rodriguez, (District 29), El Paso
101. Texas/Oklahoma/New Mexico Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
102. The Austin Center for Peace and Justice, Austin
103. Trabajadores Fronterizos, El Paso
104. Travis County Commissioner Margaret J. Gomez, Austin
105. UNITE HERE Local 251, Texas
106. University Leadership Initiative, Austin
107. Valley Movement for Human Rights, Brownsville
108. Vasquez Min Store, Rio Grande Valley
109. Voces Unidas por los Inmigrantes, Garland
110. Welcoming Immigrants Network, Texas
111. Womens Intercultural Center, Anthony
112. Workers Defense Project, Austin

Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20130422210128/http://reformimmigrationfortexas.org/1/about/supporters/

Utah

Utah Compact Supporters

J. Orlo Eyre Provo Utah
Eric O. Isom Salt Lake City Utah
Neil and Cathy Hansen Saratoga Springs Utah
Evelin Vidal St George Utah
Jon Downs Kaysville Utah
Mark Summers Logan Utah
Michael Hamm citizen Draper Utah
Jessica Alarcon Lehi Utah
Grant Alan Holyoak Utah State Student Logan Utah
J. Scott Hofmann Logan Utah
Andrea Jill Krogue Educator Ta Utah
Marlo J. Krogue Taylorsville Utah
Chali DeGrey LDS Centerville Utah
Evans Owusu Attakora Mormon Greater Salt Lake Utah
Nancy Reyes mother Queen Creek Arizona
Kimberly Stinson Mother Springville Utah
Laurie Oberg Utah
Andrew Qualls Syracuse Utah
Adam Pett West Bountiful Utah
Steve West Jordan Utah
Natalie Merriam Springville Utah
Ted Meikle Ephraim Utah
Linda Swain Utah
Nathan Swain Provo Utah
Sean Kirkby Orem Utah
Jullian Anderson Salt Lake City Utah
Reed Smith Utah
Cecilia Wandiga Oceanside California
Gaylene Carlson Orem Utah
Christopher Danson Clinton Utah
John L DeLand Cedar City Utah
julio hernandez rancho cucamonga california
Aaron Cuevas Father Taylorsville Utah
Steve Noall Herriman Utah
Deborah Henrie Bountiful Utah
Maurine Salcido Phoenix AZ
Steven Perry Vernal Utah
Thomas D Dial Cottonseed Heights Utah
David Carl Houghton Layton Utah
Henry (Hank) Brock St. George Utah
Anne-Marie Waddell Alexandria Virginia
Rick Millett Provo Utah
linda skaggs lehi Utah
Camille Protti Tooele Utah
Brandy Greer – Year – Tremonton Utah
Joanne Hernandez Utah
Denika Hollobaugh Gilbert Arizona
D Christian Hollobaugh Mr Gilbert Arizona
Alva Maynor Kaysville Utah
Caleb Caple npg of idaho pocatello idaho
LaMond Tullis Spring City Utah
Alina Schmidt Utah
Laura Rodriguez West Jordan Utah
Sharman Gill Mrs. Mapleton Utah
Daniel Guerrero St. George Utah
Sarah Shrewsbury Brea Calif.
Zachary Hartman Hartman for CD2 Congress North Salt Lake Utah
Wendy Martin Utah
Teri Brandenburg Ph.D. Salt Lake City Utah
Jenica Jessen Riverton Utah
Daniel Montez Gilbert Arizona
Daniel Nolte Orem Utah
Matthew Nolte Orem Utah
Doranely Mejia Garcia SUU Student Cedar City Utah
Janet B. Holley for self Glenwood Springs Colorado
Janet B. Holley Utah
MaryCarmen Heranandez my self West Valley City Utah
Janice M Stuessi Sandy Utah
Idania Orange Ca
Christie Austin Hansen North Logan Utah
Christian Austin Highland Utah
Jesus Loya Salt Lake City Utah
Ted Burton Hillsboro Oregon
Jeff Stout Providence Utah
Janet Warburton Ph.D. Salt Lake City, Utah
Mariesa Bergin Sandy Utah
Teresa Martin Utah
Rev. Lee Montgomery, Ph.D. Cedar City Utah
Charlie Bradley Centerville Utah
Jesus Loya dreamersscholarship.org Salt Lake City Utah
Alexandria Wilkinson Murray Utah
Rhett Wilkinson Murray Utah
Cortley Weston Maughan Grantsville Utah
Jaycee Lynn Christensen Payson Utah
Nicholas Schneider Nicholas Schneider Reston Virginia
Connie Housewife Price Utah
The Rev. Ronald V. Belnap Utah Episcopal Diocese Sandy Utah
Karl N. Snow, Jr. Professor Emeritus Utah
Rep. Catherine Miranda State Representative Phoenix AZ
Brian Jackson Provo Utah
Kelly Porter Lindon Utah
Skyler Hansen Skyler Hansen Springville Utah
Joseph Hepworth Kaysville Utah
James Adamson Salt Lake City Utah
Brooks Stevenson Kaysville Utah
Aurora Serrano Ivins Utah
Tyler Erikson Layton Utah
Randal J Ellsworth Student Orem Utah
Pamela Westwood Kelley centerville Utah
A. Whitney Washington
Debbie Salazar Utah
Leland G. Foster Logan Utah
Stephanie Hardy Buena Vista Virginia
LaDonna M. Webb Salt Lake City Utah
Ronald C. Webb Salt Lake City Utah
Bonnie Youn Youn Law Group Norcross GA
Jeremy Roberts John Henry Smith Institute South Jordan Utah
Shane Robinson Hyde Park Utah
Ed Crapo Bountiful Utah
Tyler M. Paulsen Kaysville Utah
Del Stirling Pleasant Grove Utah
Daniel B. Epperson West Valley City Utah
Ethan Ottesen Eagle Mountain Utah
Thomas Hanson Los Angeles California
Rachel Piccolo Orem Utah
Cindy Richards Provo Utah
A. LeGrand Richards Provo Utah
Alex Moises Orem Utah
Russell G. Hilburn West Valley City Utah
Ramona Lucas St. George Utah
David Spafford Holladay Utah
kris St. George Utah
Michael G Collins Michael G.Collins Jamul California
Colin Wilstead Ephraim Utah
Sherrie Hall Everett Provo Utah
Robert Potter West Valley Utah
savannah ogden Utah
Scott Sandy Utah
Daniel W Curtis Havertown Pennsylvania
Justin Morse Provo Utah
Matthew Kirkegaard Salt Lake City Utah
Tammy Ellis Layton Utah
Christie Jensen Mountain Green Utah
Steffany A. Hansen Sandy Utah
jesus perez cedar park tx
John Harrington Eagle Mountain Utah
Ted Winder Tour Guide Services Torrey Utah
Gordon Moon Moon Ranch Duchesne Utah
Dustin Shorter Orem Utah
Joshua Wheatley Sandy Utah
Curtis Beutler Utah
Carolee Arscott Hurricane Utah
Willard Arscott Hurricane Utah
Robert M. Hodge Cedar City Utah
Angelica Bolanos Salt Lake City Utah
benan zahawi murray Utah
Verene A. Thorne Pleasant Grove Utah
Michael Fenton North Ogden Utah
William Graham Roy Utah
Shawnee Sawyer Ogden Utah
Rob Gardner Salt Lake City Utah
Lori Gardner Salt Lake City Utah
Branislav Ristic Salt Lake City Utah
Ostoja Ristic Salt Lake City Utah
Mirjana Ristic Salt Lake City Utah
Sujeit Chacon Dreamer Salt Lake City Utah
Molly Jensen Redmond Washington
Gloria Boren Utah
Edith St George Utah
Q Ford Wilson St George Utah
Lisa Mensinger Salt Lake City Utah
Kent Crookston Ogden, Utah
paipun hamill SLC Utah
Patricia Crookston Ogden, Utah
juan martinez ogden Utah
Miguel Ruiz Ogden Utah
Richard Sperry Salt Lake City Utah
Nick G. Eaton, Sr. Vernal Utah
David A Jacobson DA Jacobson Construction Lehi Utah
jasmine ogden Utah
Jack Lennon Salt Lake City Utah
Mark Chamberlain South Jordan Utah
Georgia Yost Utah
Joan Carroll Layton Utah
Aaron T. Starks Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake Utah
John Goad Salt Lake City Utah
Ernest C Baade Utah
Carole F Baade Utah
mayra brimley layton Utah
Justin Olson Lehi Utah
Austin Wahlquist So. Ogden Utah
Jef Huntington Carbon-based Unit Salt Lake City Utah
Ronald K Simmons Salt Lake City Utah
Steven Ibarra Orem Utah
Darryl Hainsworth My Family Taylorsville Utah
Carol Jensen Bountiful Utah
Rich Allred Herriman Utah
Randy Curtis Sandy Utah
Nancy Curtis Sandy Utah
Todd Kinzer Farmington Utah
Blanch Linton Educational Consultant Sandy Utah
Derick Ocampo Salt Lake City Utah
Enjoli Kidd Utah Valley University Eagle Mountain Utah
Mary Bangerter Utah
luciana Simoes salt lake city Utah
Dr David M Tuttle NextLevel Family Foundation Spring City Utah
Christopher Coburn Riverside California
Santa Fana Lehi Utah
Angel Fana Lehi Utah
Kirk Graves Small Business Owner West Jordan Utah
Paul Leis Midvale Utah
Larry Landward Woods Cross Utah
Janeen JOnes Provo Utah
Brent Ursenbach South Jordan Utah
Steve Grizzell InnoVentures Capital Partners Salt Lake City Utah
Marnie F. Gonçalves Cedar Hills Utah
Steven Noyce Layton Utah
Kathryn Ryser Holladay Utah
Dylan King Tooele Utah
Rachel Holt Murray Utah
Eric Rumple Sandy Utah
Mariea King Tooele Utah
Tristan Webb Utah Vacation Homes Salt Lake City Utah
Margarita Bautista Heber Utah
Thomas May Utah
Raquel Young Herriman Utah
Antonio duran Heber city Utah
Marcela Manriquez Heber Utah
Martin Ramirez Park City Utah
Robbie Perez Heber City Utah
Karen Squires Salt Lake City Utah
Eric olsen St. George Utah
Virginia Tran Hampton Bays New York
Norine Halbe Salt Lake City Utah
Doug Halbe Salt Lake City Utah
Danny SLC Utah
Samuel O Rawson Price Utah
Karen Fuller Salt Lake City Utah
Kathleen Casper Orem Utah
Ruben Paredes Orem Utah
Heather Paredes Orem Utah
Carol Coombs Bountiful Utah
Brenda Rawson Price Utah
Lawrin M. Standing Orem Utah
G. Robert Standing Orem Utah
Valarie A. Tanner Murray Utah
Keith W. Tanner Murray Utah
DORIS NAMBA aanddnamba@aol.com Salt Lake City Utah
Roberto Maturana Hopes and Dreams Salt Lake City Utah
David H. Thomas Salt Lake City Utah
Kathleen Thomas Salt Lake City Utah
Henry Mora Bountiful Utah
Estefanía Mora Bountiful Utah
Rocío Paredes-Mora Bountiful Utah
Kevin C. Cromar Member Canyons School District Board of Education Cottonwood Heights Utah
V. Jay Spongberg Orem Utah
Daniel McGuire taylorsville Utah
Trudi Terry Holladay Utah
Barbara J Crawford Salt Lake City Utah
John Archuleta Independent west valley city Utah
Douglas F. & Carol J.Tobler Retired Professor &wife Lindon Utah
Kris Evans Avon Utah
Laurie West Layton Utah
Victor Brown, Jr. Riverton Utah
Linda A. Young Bountiful Utah
Ray Palmer Orem Utah
Kris Bountiful Utah
Beverley Cooper Salt Lake City Utah
Anne McCulloch Nelsen Salt Lake City Utah
Ted Jimenez Bountiful Utah
Leo Beecher Woods Cross Utah
Val and Connie Robison Orem Utah
Joshua Reusser Utah
Cynthia J. Arnold Provo Utah
Johanna Watzinger-Tharp Associate Professor Salt Lake City Utah
Gerald D.Leonard Salt Lake City Utah
Neil and Becky Spencer Riverton Utah
Janice M. Stuessi Sandy Utah
Robert Cousins Lindon Utah
Kelli Lundgren Cottonwood Heights Utah
Steve Reed Sandy Utah
Nancy S. Lyon Bountiful Utah
Pr. Russell F. Mertz Pastor – UCC Salt Lake City Utah
Brent R. Jacob Lindon Utah
Joseph W Wright Draper Utah
Linda M. Naanes West Valley City Utah
Taube Thelma Dixon Utah
michael petty salt lake city Utah
Greggory Savage Draper Utah
Kristie Fitzgerald South Jordan Utah
Brian Fitzgerald South Jordan Utah
Annie Eastmond Salt Lake City Utah
Janice L. Miller Salt Lake City Utah
Ed Kent Salt Lake City Utah
Pam Hendrickson Salt Lake City Utah
Daniel V. Eastmond Salt Lake City Utah
Joyce Dolcourt Salt Lake City Utah
Jack Dolcourt Salt Lake City Utah
Kathy Erickson Murray Utah
Neela Willis Lehi Utah
Cheryl Pitkin Murray Utah
David C. Jones Sandy Utah
Stephen R. Moss Salt Lake City Utah
Diego Carroll American Fork Utah
Tara Hawkins Logan Utah
Bea Wyatt Cave Creek Arizona
Andy Conlin Provo Utah
Sarah Bowers University Student Salt Lake City Utah
Jennifer Cannon West Jordan Utah
David Houghton Layton Utah
William Palomo South Jordan Utah
Diana Paredes Salt Lake City Utah
Shawn Evan Storbo Ogden Utah
Karina Glenn Lehi Utah
Robert Glenn Lehi Utah
Travas Young Lindon Utah
Vince Rampton Utah
Jessica Schultz Mapleton Utah
Laura Leon Westminster College Student West Jordan Utah
Autumn Duke Draper Utah
Tamara Schaelling Layton Utah
Jackie Chu Shing Utah
Paul Osguthorpe Taxpayer Salt Lake City Utah
Kristi Osguthorpe Student Salt Lake City Utah
Jason Souvannarath Colloge Student Salt Lake Utah
barbara brisco salt lake city Utah
Peter Cooke PSC Development Salt Lake city Utah
Brian Sparks Moab Utah
William Hamilton South Chesterfield Virginia
Clint Cottam Student Bloomington Indiana
Thomas Blakely North Logan Utah
Santiago Vázquez Copy Writer / Translator Idaho Falls Idaho
Ashley Burgos Plantation Florida
Patricia Zippi Alpine Utah
Aaron Mefford Orem Utah
Debra Fraser Ephraim Utah
Sam Hamer Chicago Illinois
Kristen Chavez Self Midvale Utah
Sarah Shrewsbury Brea California
Edward McConkie SLC Utah
Marcile Howes Taylorsville Utah
John Bohnsack SLC Utah
Rebecca Day Salt Lake City Utah
Jay R Garlick Heber City Utah
Steven & Karen Maynes Oakley Utah
Osmar Roman Salt Lake City Utah
Joshua Graham Bates Provo Utah
Mark Taylor Retired Corporate Attorney St. George Utah
Linda Marx Unitarian Universalist Church of Akron Akron OHIO
David Pearce Chairman, Frederick County Mental Health Advisory Frederick Maryland
Brenda Whitmore Peninsula Ohio
Brenda Whitmore Utah
Carol Temerson Medina Ohio
Alex W California
larry m olsen olsen Brother’s Ranches Inc. prosser Washington
Josh Hogan Chair, Payson 2nd Democratic District Payson Utah
Adrian Williams South Jordan Utah
Jacob Vidrine Morgan Utah
Leticia Allred West Valley City Utah
Suzanne Hale Utah
Jane Poinsette Cincinnati OH
Diane Stockwell Literary Agent New York New York
Ginger Black Tulsa Oklahoma
Esteban Najera Broken Arrow OK
Mellony Humbyrd Najera Broken Arrow Oklahoma
Edward McConkie atty/public administrator SLC Utah
Augustus Stoneman Utah
Peter Ashman Utah Legal Immigration Salt Lake City, Utah
Judy B. Lord Salt Lake City Utah
Frank Huthnance none CLEARWATER BEACH Florida
Adam Allen Syracuse Utah
kj Utah
Mary Therese Thorman Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Sister Mary Walz, DC St. Louis Missouri
Montiel Rosenthal, SC Cincinnati OH
Mary Gallagher Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Trevor Jex Provo Utah
Amanda Jex Provo Utah
Franette Hyc,SC Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Sarah Mulligan Sister of Charity Mt. St. Joseph Ohio Utah
Esther M. Humbert Mt. St.Joseph Ohio
Rosemarie Gerrety Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Rosemarie Gerrety Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Utah
Clarann Weinert Sisters of Charity of Cioncinnati Bozeman MT
Sister Paula Gonzalez Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Donna Steffen, SC Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Utah
Martha Walsh Sisters of charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
priscilla robinson Tucson Arizona
michael mack human trying to be jackson wyoming
Joseph Maker Student, University of Utah Salt Lake City Utah
Russ Whetton Holladay Utah
Thomas N. Thompson Salt Lake City Utah
J. Robert Creer citizen Spanish Fork Utah
Christy Amidan Utah
Heather Arauzo West Valley Utah
Alex Shapiro United Jewish Federation of Utah Salt Lake City Utah
Karen Findlay Salt Lake City Utah
Lori R Munk South Jordan Utah
Michael Lee Young Kearns Utah
Rev. Richard Zanotti, CS Missionaries of St. Charles, Scalabrinians Sun valley California
Jason Despain Fillmore Utah
Tom TCS Media Utah
Joseph Belliston South Weber Utah
Braulio Gonzalez Youth United for Community Action, YUCA California
Maaike Bennett West Valley City Utah
Nicholaos Jones Huntsville Alabama
Chris Jensen Chris Jensen Landscaping.com Riverton Utah
Michael Plowman Pleasant Grove Utah
Monica Porras Salt lake city Utah
Jose Freitas Salt Lake City Utah
Coral Ortega Salt Lake City Utah
Melisa Valentin Utah Center for Educational and Immigration Servic Salt Lake City Utah
Doug Moody Alpine Utah
Braden Lindstrom St. George Utah
Michael Worley Provo Utah
Tim Conrad Ogden, Utah resident since 1983 Ogden Utah
John Chiazza GILBERT ARIZONA
Elizabeth D Ballin-Rios Clearfield Utah
Mario D. Rios Clearfield Utah
Martin Potzler Scottsdale Arizona
Chris Krewson Utah
Paul Roetto Tonopah Utah
Cinthia Alvarado Phoenix Arizona
Lisa McConkie Mrs. Salt Lake City Utah
Wilma Odell Salt Lake City Utah
marcela vargas springville Utah
Raymond R. Sherer Jr Salt Lake City Utah
Jonathan Lambert Salt Lake Brewing Co. Salt Lake City Utah
Dorothy Arriola-Uitvlugt Kearns, Utah
Nancy Rasmuson Salt Lake City Utah
Carol Bunker Highland Utah
Gary L Bunker Highland Utah
Marian E Nelson Provo Utah
Glenn Wright Park City Utah
Eduardo Sanchez Ph.Tech/Self employed Anaheim CA
Juan L Bustamante interpreter -self employed West Hills, Ca.91307 Canifornia
Enrique Sosa-Morales West Valley City Utah
Luis Escoebdo christian church simi valley ca
Janet Aguilera Daughter of Immigrants Boynton Beach Florida
julio suarez lavergne tennessee
djlooni Norcross Georgia
Elizabeth Tello Lawrenceville Georgia
Anne Mardick Scottsdale Arizona
Pedro Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Utah
David C. Clark Liberty Homes, Inc. Sandy Utah
Richard Prazen Reflections from the Forge Studio South Jordan Utah
Jason Dee Smith JD Smith Productions Salt Lake City Utah
Naresh Kumar MPH CCRP SLC Utah
Martha Sanchez Latino Northwest Communications Seattle Washington
Audrey Graham Grand County Council Member Moab Utah
Bradley Maged Maged & Rost, PC Burlington Massachusetts
Zachary Hartman Hartman for CD2 Congress North Salt Lake Utah
The Rev. Ronald V. Belnap Utah Episcopal Diocese Sandy Utah
Karl N. Snow, Jr. Professor Emeritus Utah
Rep. Catherine Miranda State Representative Phoenix AZ
Bonnie Youn Youn Law Group Norcross GA
Jeremy Roberts John Henry Smith Institute South Jordan Utah
Ted Winder Tour Guide Services Torrey Utah
Gordon Moon Moon Ranch Duchesne Utah
David A Jacobson DA Jacobson Construction Lehi Utah
Aaron T. Starks Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake Utah
Dr David M Tuttle NextLevel Family Foundation Spring City Utah
Steve Grizzell InnoVentures Capital Partners Salt Lake City Utah
Tristan Webb Utah Vacation Homes Salt Lake City Utah
Roberto Maturana Hopes and Dreams Salt Lake City Utah
Kevin C. Cromar Member Canyons School District Board of Education Cottonwoo
Johanna Watzinger-Tharp Associate Professor Salt Lake City Utah
Pr. Russell F. Mertz Pastor – UCC Salt Lake City Utah
Linda Marx Unitarian Universalist Church of Akron Akron OHIO
David Pearce Chairman, Frederick County Mental Health Advisory Frederick Maryland
larry m olsen olsen Brother’s Ranches Inc. prosser Washington
Josh Hogan Chair, Payson 2nd Democratic District Payson Utah
Mary Therese Thorman Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Mary Gallagher Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Franette Hyc,SC Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Rosemarie Gerrety Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Rosemarie Gerrety Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Utah
Clarann Weinert Sisters of Charity of Cioncinnati Bozeman MT
Sister Paula Gonzalez Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Donna Steffen, SC Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Utah
Martha Walsh Sisters of charity of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio
Alex Shapiro United Jewish Federation of Utah Salt Lake City Utah
Rev. Richard Zanotti, CS Missionaries of St. Charles, Scalabrinians Sun valley California
Tom TCS Media Utah
Braulio Gonzalez Youth United for Community Action, YUCA California
Chris Jensen Chris Jensen Landscaping.com Riverton Utah
Melisa Valentin Utah Center for Educational and Immigration Servic Salt Lake City Utah
Joel H. Morales TOTAL CONSTRUCTION USA LLC McAllen Texas
Francisco Mendez Latino News/ Owner Norfolk Nebraska
Bob Quasius President, Cafe Con Leche Republicans Marshall Utah
Hal Rosen Hal Rosen, CPA Salt Lake City Utah
Jonathan Lambert Salt Lake Brewing Co. Salt Lake City Utah
Rochelle B. Clark Liberty Homes, Inc. Sandy Utah
David C. Clark Liberty Homes, Inc. Sandy Utah
Bradley Maged Maged & Rost, PC Burlington Massachusetts
Richard Rappaport Congregation Kol Ami Salt Lake City Utah
Nora Boydstun Intermountain Healthcare Salt Lake City Utah
O. Fahina Tavake-Pasi National Tongan American Society Salt Lake City Utah
Catherine Miranda State Representative Phoenix Arizona
Eric Cruz 4514 Rusk Hosuston Texas
Marco Mejia Wendys West Jordan Utah
Marla Lepe Wendys West Jordan Utah
Anthony Hernandez Stardome Radio Networks Orlando Florida
DAVID C KIFURI Latinos Unidos Broadcasting, Inc. Saint George Utah
Claire Peterson 145 Cantera Circle Santa Fe NM
Jesus Guzman DREAM Alliance of Sonoma County Santa Rosa CA
Cesar Valenz United National Order (UNO) Newport Beach California
Robin L. Riggs Salt Lake Chamber Sandy Utah
SILVIA ARAOZ PROYECTO UTAH-PERU NORTH SALT LAKE CITY Utah
Mary Kevin McNamara Director of Phoenix Rising program Tulsa Oklahoma
Dennis Copyak Le Bus Salt Lake City Utah
Juan Manuel Ruiz Latin American Chamber of Comerce Salt Lake City Utah
Michael Crockett Infinity Tours & Events, LLC Springville Utah
samuel Db systems inc. washington Utah
Gloria Cardenas Conn, Esq. FAMILIA AMERICA, LLC West Valley City Utah
Jaime Cazares Video Internet Phone Installs Inc. Salt Lake City Utah
Susan C. Lunt Deseret Holdings Salt Lake City Utah
Larry V. Lunt Key Property Management Salt Lake City Utah
David Jados Owner of Jados Media Kaleva Michigan
Ana Trevino Exotic Chocolates LLC Lake Oswego Oregon
William Maxwell Exotic Chocolates LLC West Valley Utah
German Cadenas Director of Graduate Student Advocacy – GPSA Tempe Arizona (AZ)
Cliff Sheets HTrueO, LLC Houston Texas
Jesse Rodriguez Rodriguez&rodriguezLLC Provo Utah
Norma Quintanares martin & Quin Services Provo Utah
Mario Martin martin & Quin Services Provo Utah
Andrea P. Wolcott Business and Community Leader UT
Jim Young Davis County Community Leader UT
Norm Bangerter Former Governor UT
Troy Mumm Third Sun Productions Salt Lake City UT

Source:  http://www.utahcompact.com/sign-the-compact

More Guys

Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Secretary Spencer Abraham, Former U.S.Secretary of Energy
Andy Ammons, President and CEO,Ammons Development Group
Justus “Judd” Ammons, CEO andPresident, Ammons Mountain Properties
Bob Asher
Brad Bailey, Co-Founder and CEO, Texas Immigration Solution
John Barnes, CEO, Barnes Farming and Farm Pak
Lisa Barnes, Nash County Board of Commissioners
Ambassador Frank E. Baxter, Former U.S.Ambassador to Uruguay
Mike Birck, Chairman Emeritus, Tellabs
Boysie Bollinger, Chairman, President andCEO, Bollinger Shipyards, Inc
Norman Braman, CEO, Braman Enterprises
James S. and Marilyn Brown, President,Silberrad, Inc.
Al Cardenas
Russell L. Carson, Co-Founder andPartner, Welsh, Carson, Anderson &Stowe
James Click, Owner, Jim Click Automotive Team
Ambassadors Chuck and Sue Cobb,Former U.S. Ambassadors to Iceland and Jamaica
Judge Lew Conner, Senior Counsel,Waller Lansden Dortch & Davi
Joe Craft, President and CEO, Alliance Resource Partners
Remedios Diaz-Oliver, CEO, All American Containers
Haskell Dickinson, President, McGeorge Contracting
Alex Dunn, President, Vivint Inc
Secretary Don Evans, Former U.S.Secretary of Commerce
Pepe Fanjul, Jr., Executive Vice President,Florida Crystals Corp
George Feldenkreis, Chairman and CEO,Perry Ellis International
Mike Fernandez, Chairman, MBF Healthcare Partners
Governor Luis Fortuno, Former Governor of Puerto Rico
Charles Foster, Task Force on Immigration, Greater Houston Partnership
Sarah Frey, President and CEO, FreyFarms
Dr. Phil Frost, Chairman and CEO, OpkoHealth, Inc
Chuck Fuller, CEO, The Results Company
Charles P. Gallagher, Chairman, Gallagher Enterprises LLC
Ron Gidwitz, Founder, GCG Partners
Ambassador Anthony H. Gioia, Former U.S. Ambassador to Malta
Frank Grainger, President and CEO, Fair Products, Inc.
Val Hale, President and CEO, Utah ValleyChamber of Commerce
David Hanna, Chairman and CEO, FHP Wireless Inc
David Herro, Partner and CIO,International Harris Associates LLP
David Horowitz, Horowitz Management Inc.
Bob Hughes, President and CEO, Hughes Development Corp
Kirk Humphreys, President, Humphreys Company
Mel Immergut, Chairman Emeritus,Milbank
OrrinH. Ingram, President and CEO, Ingram Industries Inc.
Clark Ivory, President and CEO, Ivory Homes
Jonathan Johnson, Executive Vice Chairman, Overstock.com
Stephen Joost, Partner, Firehouse Subs
Don Kennedy, CEO, Kennedy Engineering
Bobbie Kilberg, Former Member,President’s Council of Advisors onScience and Technology (PCAST)
Kelly Knight, Former U.S. Delegate to the United Nations
Jay Frederick Krehbiel, Molex Incorporated
William C Kunkler, III, Executive Vice President, CC Industries
David S. Layton, President and CEO,Layton Construction
Governor Robert F. List, Former Governor of Nevada
Stan Lockhart, Former Chairman, UtahRepublican Party
Dick Long, Chairman, Diving Unlimited International, Inc.
Peter A. Magowan
Fred Malek, Chairman, Thayer LodgingGroup and Finance Chairman, Republican Governors Association
Bob Mayo, Vice Chairman of the Board,Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Charlie McNeil, President and CEO, NexGen Resources
Ken Mehlman, Former Chairman,Republican National Committee
Tim Minton, Executive Vice President,Raleigh/Wake Homebuilders Association
Larry A. Mizel, Chairman and CEO,M.D.C. Holdings, Inc.
Jacob Monty, Board Member, Hispanic Republicans of Texas and Attorney
Jack Oliver, Senior Policy Advisor, BryanCave LLP
Sam Outten, Partner, Womble Carlyle
Scott Parson, President and CEO, Staker Parson Companies
Bruce Payne, President and CFO, LaramieEnergy II, LLC
Ray Pickup, President and CEO, Workers Compensation Fund
FundAndrew F. Puzder, CEO, CKE Restaurants, Inc.
Dan Quayle, Former Vice President of the United States
Richard Reisman, Publisher and CEO,Orange County Business Journal
Bob Reynolds, President and CEO,Putnam Investments
Secretary Tom Ridge, First Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Former Governor of Pennsylvania
Julian Robertson, Chairman, Tiger Management, LLC
Doug Robinson, Co-Founder and Managing Director, St. Charles Capital,Colorado Chair Romney for President
Ambassador John Rood, Former U.S.Ambassador to The Bahamas and Chairman, Vestcor
Ambassador Francis Rooney, Former U.S.Ambassador to the Holy See and Former CEO of Rooney Holdings
Steve Ross, Chairman and CEO, Related Companies
Karl Rove
John Rowe, Chairman and CEO, Exelon Corporation
Muneer Satter, Chairman, Satter Investment Management, LLC
Justin Sayfie, Esq., Founding Shareholder,Sayfie Law Firm
Lewis Smoak, Founder, Ogletree, DeakinsLaw Firm
Charlie Spies, Co-Founder, Republicans for Immigration Reform
Matt Stava, CEO and Managing Principal,Spinnaker
Tom Stemberg, Managing General Partner Highland Consumer Fund
Carl Thoma, Co-Founder and ManagingPartner, THOMA BRAVO
David Tumbull, CEO, Brighton Home
Ambassador Robert H. Tuttle, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom
Frank VanderSloot, CEO Melaleuca, Inc
Ambassador Marilyn Ware, Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Finlandand former Chairman of American Water Works
G. Ed Williamson II, Chairman and CEO,Williamson Automotive Group
Fred S. Zeidman
Spencer Zwick, Managing Partner,Solamere Group Former National FinanceChairman, Romney for President
Hispanic 100
Lincoln Club of Orange County
New Majority Orange County
New Majority San Diego

Source:  http://utahpoliticalcapitol.com/2013/07/30/major-utah-gop-donors-send-letter-to-congress-pass-immigration-reform/#

Washington Amnesty Backers

Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, El Centro de la Raza, Washington Dream Act Coalition, Casa Latina, International Community Health Services, Unite Here Local 8, Filipino Community of Seattle, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, ResCare, Inlandboatmen’s Union, and Puget Sound Alliance of Retired Americans

Source:  https://weareoneamerica.org/blog/mar-10/washington-state-leaders-lead-immigration-reform

Diane Narasaki, Chair, King County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, Executive Director, Asian Counseling & Referral Service Lua Pritchard, Chair, Pierce County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, President, Asian Pacific Cultural Ctr Van Dinh Kuno, Chair, Snohomish County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, Executive Director, Refugee and Immigrant Forum of Snohomish Dori Peralta Baker, Chair, Yakima County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition Vang Xiong, Chair, Spokane County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition Alaric Bien, Chair, Asian Pacific Directors Coalition, Executive Director, Chinese Information & Service Ctr Angelie Kim, Chair, Korean American Coalition Debadutta Dash, Co-Chair, Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee Kelly Dang, President, Organization of Chinese Americans, Greater Seattle Chapter Richard Gurtiza, President, Filipino American Political Action Group of Washington Alma Kern, President, Filipino Community of Seattle Sinoun Hem, President, Cambodian Women’s Network Tracy Lai, President, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Puget Sound Albert Shen, President, Shen Consulting Ellen & Eddie Abellera, Co-Chairs, Multicultural Commission, St. Thomas More Parish Linh Thai, General Secretary, Vietnamese Community of Seattle & Vicinity Vu Le, Executive Director, Vietnamese Friendship Association Minh Duc Nguyen, Executive Director, Helping Link Peter Ansara, Executive Director, Korean Women’s Association Teresita Batayola, Executive Director, International Community Health Services Art Cruz, Executive Director, Asian Pacific Cultural Center Pran Wahi, Director, India Association of Western Washington Tony Lee, King County Asian Pacific Islander Coalition, Advocacy Director, Solid Ground

Ruth Woo

Bob Santos

Hyeok Kim

Thao Tran

Bettie Luke

Source:  http://www.weareoneamerica.org/sites/weareoneamerica.org/files/Asian-Pacific-American-Leaders-CI-Letter-2010.pdf

Puget Sound Alliance For Retired Americans, UFCW 21, Teamsters Local 117, Washington CAN!, UNITE HERE! Local 8, Social Work Immigration Alliance at UW (SWIA), SEIU Local 925, El Centro de la Raza, WA State Labor Council AFL-CIO, National Employment Law Project (NELP), Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), Asian Pacific Islander Coalitions (APIC) of King, Pierce, Snohomish, Yakima and Spokane Counties, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), OneAmerica, Casa Latina, Welcome Back Center Highline Community College, SEIU Local 6, SSCC, MECHA, Indonesian Lutheran Fellowship, Lutheran Public Policy Office of Washington State, Asia Pacific Cultural Center, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington Chapter, UNITE HERE Local 8, SEIU Healthcare 775NW, Washington Bus, Dreamers for Positive Change, ResCare, Catholic Community Services, UAW Local 4121, Urban Press, Jimenez Signs, Latino Bar Association of Washington (LBAW),Seattle Peoples Fund, Washington Association of Churches

Source:  https://beta.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/NetworkAztlan_Arte/conversations/messages/25386

Puget Sound Alliance For Retired Americans
UFCW 21
Teamsters Local 117
Washington CAN!
UNITE HERE! Local 8
Social Work Immigration Alliance at UW (SWIA)
SEIU Local 925
El Centro de la Raza
WA State Labor Council AFL-CIO
National Employment Law Project (NELP)
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)
Asian Pacific Islander Coalitions (APIC) of King, Pierce, Snohomish, Yakima and Spokane Counties
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP)
OneAmerica
Casa Latina
Welcome Back Center Highline Community College
SEIU Local 6
SSCC MECHA
Indonesian Lutheran Fellowship
Lutheran Public Policy Office of Washington State
Asia Pacific Cultural Center
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington Chapter
UNITE HERE Local 8
SEIU Healthcare 775NW
Washington Bus
Dreamers for Positive Change
ResCare
Catholic Community Services
UAW Local 4121
Urban Press
Jimenez Signs
Latino Bar Association of Washington (LBAW)
Seattle Peoples Fund
Washington Association of Churches
Allyship-LGBTQ
Wing Luke Asian Museum
Northwest Regional Organizing Coalition
Northwest Federation of Community Organizations (NWFCO)
Washington New Sanctuary Movement
Jubilee Center at St. Matthew/San Mateo Episcopal Church
Pacific Northwest Conference,
United Church of Christ
AFT Seattle Community Colleges, Local 1789
Washington Growers League
Campana Quetzal
Asia Forum of Pierce County
L.I.H. Law, P.S.
International Action Center
Indo American Friendship Forum (IAFF)
Council on American-Islamic Relations of WA
King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Statewide Poverty Action Network
La Iglesia Episcopal de la Resurrección
Comunidad Iglesia San jose Wenatchee WA
Washington State National Organization for Women
Puget Sound Sage
UU Central America Network (UUCAN)
Islamic Civic Engagement
Skagit Immigrant Rights Council
King County Labor Council

Source:  http://www.weareoneamerica.org/april10

Washington Growers League

Source:  http://www.growersleague.org/immigration-reform-news.html

Washington Compact Buddies

ORGANIZATIONS

The Administrative Council of Lake Chelan United Methodist Church
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition
Association of Washington Business
Broetje Orchards
La Casa Hogar
Church Council of Greater Seattle
Cider Works Farms, LLC
Edgewater Orchards, Inc.
Faith Action Network Washington
Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce
Lighthouse Farms
Natural Selection Farms
OneAmerica
Orondo Cider Works
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
Senseney Orchards
Tri-City Chamber of Commerce
Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce
Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers
Washington Asparagus Commission
Washington Blueberry Commission
Washington Dairy Federation
Washington Growers Clearinghouse
Washington Growers League
Washington Potato Commission
Washington Restaurant Association
Washington State Horticultural Association
Washington Technology Industry Association
Wenatchee Valley Traffic Association
Whatcom Farm Friends
Willow Drive Nursery
World Vision
Yakima Valley Growers-Shippers Association

INDIVIDUALS

Samuel Badon, Pastor, Seattle Alliance Bible Fellowship
Nick Block, Pastor, Spokane Friends Meeting
David Brookbank, Former US Vice Consul in Matamoros, Mexico
Kristofer T. Johnson, President, Association of Washington Business
Rod Castillo, Associate Pastor, Word International Ministries
Dr. Joseph Castleberry, President, Northwest University
Eugene Cho, Founding Pastor, Quest Church, Seattle
Deb Conklin, Pastor, The Oak Tree United Methodist
Richard Dahlstrom, Senior Pastor, Bethany Community Church
Kerry Dearborn, Professor of Theology, Seattle Pacific University
Tim Dearborn, former Executive Director of World Vision
Mabel Elsom, Anti Trafficking Coordinator, Lutheran Community Services
Luke Esser, former Washington State Republican Chairman and State Legislator
Dale Foreman, former Washington State Republican Chairman, State Legislator (Wenatchee), and House Majority Leader
Mike Gempler, Executive Director, Washington Growers League
Chris Gough, Church Development Officer, Union Gospel Mission
Jesse Gutierrez, Alianza Evangelica Hispana del Noroeste
W. Tali Hairston, Director of the John Perkins Center, Seattle Pacific University
Dr. Forrest Inslee, Chair, International Care & Community Development, Northwest University
Jeff Johnson, President, Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Stephen Johnson, Employment Specialist, World Relief
Mark Kadel, Director, World Relief Spokane
Ruth Kagi, WA State Representative, 32nd Legislative District
Ben Katt, Founding Pastor, Awake Church
Dr. Rose Madrid-Swetman, Co-Pastor, Vineyard Community Church, Shoreline
West Mathison, President, Stemilt Growers
J. Derek McNeil, Senior Vice President, The Seattle School of Psychology and Theology
Mike McKay, Former US Attorney for Western Washington
Lewis McMurran, Vice President of Government & External Affairs, Washington Technology Industry Association
Josh McQueen, Serve The World Pastor/Community Partnerships, Overlake Christian Church
Scott Michael, Field Office Director of World Relief Tri-Cities
Dino Miciano, Senior Pastor, NetWork Christian Ministries
Sid Morrison, former Republican Congressman from Central Washington
Rev. Dr. Liz Mosbo VerHage, Pastor of Global & Local Ministries, Quest Church
Dr. Nancy Murphy, Executive Director, Northwest Family Life
Ernie Nepomuceno, Pastor, Celebration Christian Church
Sam Reed, Former Secretary of State
Cecelia Romero, Director of Children & Family Ministries, Capitol Hill Presbyterian
Dr. Randy Rowland, Founding Pastor, Sanctuary CRC Church, Seattle
Charles J. Scalise, Professor of Church History, Fuller Theological Seminary
Morgan Schmidt, Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
John Senseney, Senseney Orchards
Tim Soerens, Co-Founding Director, Parish Collective
Rich Stearns, Executive Director, World Vision
Rich Stolz, Executive Director, OneAmerica
Eileen Suico, Founding Pastor, With Church, Auburn, WA
Pastor Mark Swanson, Wiley Heights Covenant Church
John Urquhart, King County Sheriff
Chris Vance, former Washington State Republican Chairman, State Legislator and King County Councilman
Doug Wagley, Pastor, New Vision Lutheran Church
Bryan White, Senior Pastor, Cathedral of Joy, Richland, WA
Luke Williams, Interim Director, World Relief Seattle
Rev. Krisann Jarvis Foss, Director of Conference Ministries, North Pacific Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church, Mercer Island, WA

Source:  https://washingtoncompact.com/supporters/

Additional Signers

Nicole Ourada
Paulina Figueroa McGougan
Patricia Kadel
Colleen Daniel
Dimitri Chaban
Marina Vasi Lenko
Andrew Moore
Bill Moore
Julianne Moore
Tamara Lieb
Hannah Ott
Ariela Garvett
Jacqueline Modrow
Don Gibson, Mt Adams Orchards, Underwood Fruit
Nick Block
Jennifer Keuer
Kira Day
Kirsten Foot
Tara Washam
John Baker
Mark S. Mercado
Verlynn K. Best, Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce
David Heart
Scott Ellis
Mary Lopez, OneAmerica
Lewis McMurran, Washington Technology Industry Association
Tom Byers, Cedar River Group
James To
Deborah Smith
Stacia
Ramon Nunez
Bertha-Alicia Garza, CSC
Ricardo Rodriguez, OneAmerica
Francisco Pons
Tomas Green
Sandra Alvarado, Medical Interpreter
Christine Rangeloff
Evgeniya Racheva
Elda Barajas
Cecilio
Felipe Alonso, Alonso Upholstery
Joy Burbank
Jessica Barriga, Parent Educator
Jacob Steijn
Doria Adams
Fernando Gallardo
Justine McLean-Riggs
Jesus Castaneda, Merchant
Martin
Katherine Luebke
Isabel
Eduardo Vasquez
Christine Bender
Alison Titchenal
Linda Caballero Kroum
Christine Maine
David Brookbank, Former US Vice Consul in Matamoros, Mexico
David Porch
Arvind Laka
Enrique Lavin
Karla Carbajal-Running
Giovanni Romero
Agustin Servin
David Medrano
Rodrigo Moreno
Jesus Flores
Thomas Sosa
Ashley Pena
Ana Melendez
Magdalena Hernandez
Edith Ramos
Marta Hood
Henry Bierlink, Whatcom Farm Friends
Vitalina Ramirez
Gale Meyer
Manuel Rodriguez
Katie Lee
Jose Israel Reynoso
Alberto Rueda
Stephanie Martinez
Stephen B
Henry Burchfield
Jaimi Hernandez
Rebecca Michel
Leela Mendez
Carlos Chaves
Henry Knouse
Nestor Hernandez
Mark Phelps, Member, BelPres Church
Carlos Padilla, Managing Director, Washington DREAM Act Coalition
Christna Grossruck
Orvin Chapman
Mary September
Colonel Felix Vargas (Retired), Vargas & Associates
Anne Caffery
Anthony Johnson
Dr. Martin Meraz Garcia
Diego Cazares
Dorothy Storey
Jorge A. Melchor
Rachel Soto
Carole Folsom-Hill
Jesahel Almazan
Eric Hsu
Alejandro Ortiz
Ignacio Martinez
Jennifer Flores
Mark Lazaro
M. Inge Saenz
Elizabeth Lara
Valierie Carlson Stanly, Assistant Farm Manager: W.Bradley Carlson LTD
Daryl L. Zumhofe, Cathedral of Joy
Dale Bean, Civil Engineer
Renee M. Matson
Tami White, Cathedral of Joy
Michael J. Cummings
Beverly Cummings, Homemaker
Teri Tucker, Teacher
Debbie Toner
Stephen Daniels-Brown
Ramon Garrido, Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center
Gary & Lori Middleton, Middleton Orchards
Tim Meliah
Leslie Austin, Wilbur-Ellis Company
Mark LaPierre, Horticulturalist
Darryl Olsen, Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Assocation
Charles Keith, World Vision
Jay Ballinger
Sandra Gamble
Luke Hallowell
Allyn Griffin, Jubilee Leadership Academy
Jay Babbitt
Harvey R. Crowder
Russ David, Organix, Inc.
Cliff Plath, Washington Fruit and Produce
Scott Carter, Cider Works Farms, LLC
David B. Robison, Robison Orchards, Inc.
Larry Mattson
Adan Suarez, Community Alliance for Service & Advancement LLC
M. Janine Duron, CITA Independent Agricultural Workers Center
COL Felix Vargas, U.S. Army (Ret.), Vargas & Associates
Stina Janssen, Tenants Union of Washington State
Rev. Eric Don Anderson, Co-pastor United (UCC-Disciples) Christian Church Yakima
Mary Baechler
William L Woodcock
Catherine W Hall
Michael Bastinelli, Bastinelli’s Best
David Dominguez, OneAmerica Yakima
Lucy Cartagena Rodriguez
Juan J. Aguilar, Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing
Kirk B. Mayer, Washington Growers Clearing Hosue Assn.
Jim Fleming, Owner Flemings Valley View Orchards LLC
Lon K. Inaba, Inaba Produce Farms
James Millikan, Teacher
Chelsea Durfey, Lighthouse Farms
Ted and Pam Durfey
Natty Plunkett, Mental Health Therapist, Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle
Kelly Haunch, Student, Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle
Bart Parsley, Immigration Lawyer, Law Office of Bart Parsley, Seattle
Alex Boron, Immigration Case Worker, Law Office of Bart Parsley, Seattle
Julia Suico, Director of Operations and Organizational Partnerships, Community Church, Auburn
Amani Turnage, Church Leader – Youth and Missions, Glory House Fellowship, Kent
Bob Dickerson, Church Results, Seattle
Linda Cutshall, Director of Congregational Care, Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle,
Roberta Windus, Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle
Ken Windus, Teacher, Nathan Hale High School, Seattle
David McFadden, Yakima County Development Association
Bryant Huynh, One Drop
Michelle Ramage
, Bethany Presbytenian Church
Judith Hong Cho
, Quest Church
Annie Martin
, Quest Church, World Vision
Josh Perme
, Quest Church
Andrew Larsen
, Quest Church, Peace Catalyst
Sheyna Watkins
, Quest Church
Sheri Johnson
, First Covenant Church
Carol Cruz
Darwin Cruz
Robbin Riedy
Sam Myung
Charlotte Myung
Megan Espinoza
Nicole Ide
Adrienne Brenner
Danise ItoLe
Stacey Bradford
Deborah Masten
Jeanne Sales
Jessica Lex
Meg Lyons
Susan Sommerman
Melody Reed
, Vice Principal, Christ the King School, Richland
Melissa
Kelsey Edwards
Mel Campos
Seth Bridges
Alina Grigoruta
Elizabeth Chapple

Source:  https://washingtoncompact.com/signers/

Legislators

Source:  http://www.weareoneamerica.org/sites/weareoneamerica.org/files/State-Legislator-Letter-3.15.10.pdf 

Wisconsin Amnesty Backers

Wisconsin Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, We Are All Milwaukee Coalition, Voces de la Frontera

Source:  http://www.commondreams.org/newswire/2016/02/18/today-day-without-latinos-and-immigrants-wisconsin

West Virginia Amnesty Backers

West Virginia Chamber of Commerce

West Virginia AFL-CIO

West Virginia Council of Churches

Source:  http://www.herald-dispatch.com/opinion/jeff-allen-immigration-reform-proposal-will-work/article_66ed20ef-28ae-58ba-a3fa-e007da566e30.html

Wyoming Amnesty Backers

Cheyenne’s Highlands United Presbyterian Church

Source:  http://www.wyomingnews.com/news/fasting-for-immigration-reform/article_53de251c-3ac6-5016-9a1c-cf8366fef2fa.html

Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association

Source:  http://www.wlra.org/?page=504

Now, let’s get to the national guys.  There are many of these.

The ones below wrote to Congress ASKING for Amnesty

Adams Insurance Service Inc.

Adobe

Advanced Decisions Inc.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

AGCO Corp.

Albany-Colonie (NY) Regional Chamber

Air Products and Chemicals Inc.

Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers

ALOM

American Action Forum

American Action Network

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Beekeeping Federation

American Coatings Association

American Council of Engineering Companies

American Council on International Personnel

American Farm Bureau Federation

American Feed Industry Association

American Honey Producers Association

American Hotel & Lodging Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

American Jewish Committee (NJ)

American Meat Institute

American Nursery & Landscape Association

American Project Consultants LLC

American Sheep Industry Association

American Standard Development Co.

Anaheim (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce

Applied Materials

Appvance Inc.

Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Arizona Farm Bureau Federation

Arizona Nursery Association

Arizona Technology Council

Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas

Arlington Chamber of Commerce (TX)

Arsenal Venture Partners

Aspen Square Hotel

Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado

Association for Competitive Technology

AT&T

Austin Ventures

Autodesk Inc.

Avid Park Capital LLC

Axcelis Technologies

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Business Council of Alabama

Business Council of New York State Inc.

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California Chamber of Commerce

California Cotton Ginners Association

California Cotton Growers Association

California Farm Bureau Federation

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CALinnovates

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Carpet Empire Plus

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Chamber of Commerce Southwest LA

Chambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties (CA)

Chamber West (UT)

Chandler (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

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Chicago Southland (IL) Chamber of Commerce

Chicagoland (IL) Chamber of Commerce

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Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry

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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

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Concord Software Leasing Corp.

Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association

Consumer Electronics Association

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Dairy Producers of New Mexico

Dakota County (MN) Regional Chamber of Commerce

Dallas Regional Chamber

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Danna Investment Co.

Danna Land Co.

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Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

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East Valley (UT) Chamber

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EMC

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F5 Networks

Facebook

Fall River Area (MA) Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce

Finelite Inc.

FirstFruits of Washington

Fitzgerald Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies

Flagstaff (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

Florida Chamber of Commerce

Florida Nursery, Growers & Landscape Association

Fox Cities (WI) Chamber of Commerce & Industry

FUJIFILM Dimatix Inc.

FWD.US

Gatlinburg (TN) Chamber of Commerce

Gazzang Inc.

General Electric

Georgia Chamber of Commerce

Georgia Green Industry Association

Gilbert (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

Global Immigration Benchmarking Council

GLOBALFOUNDRIES

Goleta Valley (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Google Inc.

Great Lakes Metro Chambers Coalition

Greater Boca Raton (FL) Chamber of Commerce

Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce

Greater Des Moines (IA) Partnership

Greater Durham (NC) Chamber of Commerce

Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce

Greater Houston Partnership

Greater Indianapolis (IN) Chamber of Commerce

Greater Irving-Las Colinas (TX) Chamber of Commerce

Greater Memphis (TN) Chamber

Greater Omaha Chamber (NE)

Greater Pittsburgh (PA) Chamber of Commerce

Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce

Greater Richmond (VA) Chamber

Greater San Antonio (TX) Chamber of Commerce

Greater San Fernando Valley (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Greater Topeka (KS) Chamber of Commerce

Green Bay Area (WI) Chamber of Commerce

Grok Inc.

Grower-Shipper Association of Central California

Gulf Citrus Growers Association

Henderson County (NC) Chamber of Commerce

Hilton Head Island-Bluffton (SC) Chamber of Commerce

Hilton Worldwide

Hispanic Leadership Network

HR Policy Association

Hudson County (NJ) Chamber of Commerce

Huffman & Hawbaker Farms

IBC Bank

IBM Corp.

Idaho Dairymen’s Association

Idaho Farm Bureau Federation

Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Illinois Farm Bureau

Illinois Green Industry Association

Illinois Technology Association

Indiana Chamber of Commerce

Indiana Farm Bureau

Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association

Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association

Infinera

Information Technology Industry Council

Ingersoll Rand

InSPIRE STEM USA

Intel Corp.

International Dairy Foods Association

Intersouth Partners

Intuit

IRONCO Enterprises LLC

Irrigation Association

Jan Medical Inc.

Jefferson Chamber of Commerce

Johnson City TN Chamber of Commerce

JumpStart Inc.

Juniper Networks

K & W Mfg. Company Inc.

Kansas Chamber of Commerce

Kansas Farm Bureau

Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce

Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers

KnowledgeTree Inc.

Kovio Inc.

Laredo (TX) Chamber of Commerce

Las Vegas (NV) Metro Chamber of Commerce

Lassen Canyon Nursery Inc.

Lee & Hayes PLLC

Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce

LiveOps Inc.

Lone Star Boat, RV & Self Storage

Long Beach (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Longview (TX) Chamber of Commerce

Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. (LAEDC)

Loudoun County (VA) Chamber of Commerce

Louisiana Irrigation Association

Lubbock (TX) Chamber of Commerce

Madrona Venture Group

Manhattan (NY) Chamber of Commerce

Marriott International Inc.

Marvell Semiconductor Inc.

Maryland Nursery and Landscape Association

Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange

(MITX)

Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership

Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council

MC Marketing Group LLC

Meadowlands (NJ) Regional Chamber

Melaleuca Inc.

MetricStream

Metro South Chamber of Commerce (MA)

Michigan Apple Association

Michigan Chamber of Commerce

Michigan Farm Bureau

Michigan Milk Producers Association

Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association

Microsoft Corp.

Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

MIND Research Institute

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

Minnesota Farm Bureau

Minnesota High Tech Association

Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association

Mitsubishi International Corp.

Monterey County Farm Bureau

Morgenthaler

Morris County (NJ) Chamber of Commerce

Morris County (NJ) Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce

Motive Power Systems Inc.

Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association

Motorola Solutions Inc.

Myrtle Beach Area (SC) Chamber of Commerce

Naperville Area (IL) Chamber of Commerce

NASDAQ OMX

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

National Association of Manufacturers

National Christmas Tree Association

National Council of Agricultural Employers

National Council of Chain Restaurants

National Council of Farmer Cooperatives

National Foreign Trade Council

National Grape Cooperative Association Inc.

National Immigration Forum

National Onion Association

National Potato Council

National Retail Federation

National Roofing Contractors Association

National Venture Capital Association

New England Apple Council

New Jersey Main Street Alliance

New Jersey Nursery & Landscape Association

New Mexico Association of Commerce & Industry

New York Farm Bureau

New York Technology Council

NewComLink

Nisei Farmers League

Nitero Inc.

NM Association of Commerce & Industry

North American Blueberry Council

North Carolina Farm Bureau

North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association

North Carolina Technology Association

North East Ohio International Business Network

Northeast Dairy Producers Association

Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce

Northumberland County (VA) Chamber of Commerce

OCZ Technology Group Inc.

OFA – The Association of Horticulture Professionals

Ohio Chamber of Commerce

Ohio Farm Bureau Federation

Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association

Ohio Venture Association

ON Semiconductor

OnShift Inc.

Oracle

Oregon Association of Nurseries

Oregon Cherry Growers Inc.

Oregon Farm Bureau

Outdoor Amusement Business Association Inc.

Overland Park Chamber of Commerce

Overstock.com

Oxnard (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Packard Place

Palm Desert Area (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Paramount Citrus

Paramount Farming Co.

Partnership for a New American Economy

Paymetric Inc.

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau

Permac Industries

Pokeware

Ponchatoula Chamber of Commerce

Port Hueneme (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Preemptive Solutions

Prescott (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

Prime Time International

Produce Marketing Association

Producers Chemical Co.

Professional Landcare Network

PTV Sciences

Purple Leaf LLC

Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce

Qualcomm

R&L Well Drilling LLC

Rackspace Hosting Inc.

Rancho Cordova (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Retail Industry Leaders Association

Revolution

River Cities Capital Funds

Robert Mann Packaging Inc.

Rochester (MN) Area Chamber of Commerce

Rogers-Lowell Area (AR) Chamber of Commerce

Rollins Inc.

Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship

S3 Ventures LLC

SailPoint Technologies Inc.

Salt Lake (UT) Chamber

San Antonio (TX) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

San Diego County Farm Bureau

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce

Santa Clara (CA) Chamber of Commerce and Convention-Visitors Bureau

Santa Clara University

Schuylkill (PA) Chamber of Commerce

Scottsdale (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International

Semiconductor Industry Association

Signature Landscape Inc.

Silicon Valley Bank

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Society for Human Resource Management

Society of American Florists

South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

South Carolina Farm Bureau

South East Dairy Farmers Association

South Metro Denver Chamber

Sports Tutor Inc.

St. Louis (MO) Regional Chamber

St. Paul Area Chamber (MN)

State Agriculture and Rural Leaders

Statewide Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce (NJ)

Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NJ)

StepLeader

Sun-Maid Growers of California

Sunshine Hope

Surplus Service

SV Angel

Sweet Potato Council of California

Sylvatex

Symantec

Synopsys Inc.

TechAmerica

TechNet

Technology Association of Oregon

Technology CEO Council

Telecommunications Industry Association

Tempe (AZ) Chamber of Commerce

Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Tennessee Farm Bureau

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

Teradata

Texas Association of Business

Texas Farm Bureau

Texas Instruments Inc.

Texas International Produce Association

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association

The Business Council of New York State Inc.

The Center for APA Women

The Chamber of Reno, Sparks, and Northern Nevada

The Internet Association

The Latino Coalition

The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce

The National Grange

The New England Council

The Partnership for a New American Economy

The Shurtleff Group

The Technology Association of Georgia

Tompkins County (NY) Chamber of Commerce

Torrance (CA) Area Chamber of Commerce

TransPak Inc.

TransPremier LLC

Trimble Navigation

Tucson (AZ) Hispanic Chamber

Tucson (AZ) Metro Chamber of Commerce

Tulsa (OK) Regional Chamber

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

U.S. Travel Association

Uesugi Farms Inc.

Ugaldes Restaurant

United Dairymen of Arizona

United Fresh Produce Association

UnitedAg

Valley Industry & Commerce Association

Ventura (CA) Chamber of Commerce

Ventura County Agricultural Association

Venture Investors LLC

Vessey & Company Inc.

Vida Capital Inc.

Virgin America

Virginia Chamber of Commerce

Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association

Virginia Farm Bureau

Virginia Green Industry Council

Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association

Washington Farm Bureau

Washington Growers League

Washington Laboratories and American Certification Body

Washington State Dairy Federation

Washington Technology Industry Association

Welch Foods Inc.

West Coast Mennonite Central Committee

Western Agricultural Processors Association

Western Digital Corp.

Western Growers

Western United Dairymen

White Pine (NV) Chamber of Commerce

Willits & Newcomb Inc.

Wine Institute

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

Woodrow Engineering Co.

Woolley Engineering Research Corp.

XTn Group LLC

Yahoo!

Yelp

Yuma Fresh Vegetable Association

Zacarias Actuarial Consultants Inc.

Zachry Holdings Inc.

Michele A. Carlin

Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications

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Chair, Immigration Policy Committee HR Policy Association

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications

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Chief Human Resources Officer

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Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Robert C. Bloss

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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Vice President, Human Resources and Medical Chief Human Resources Officer

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Communications

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Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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  1. Kevin Cox

Chief Human Resources Officer

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Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Michael D’Ambrose

Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

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Michael L. Davis

Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources

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Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Dennis T. Delaney

Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Administration

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James D. DeVries

Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer

Allstate Insurance Company

John DiBenedetto

Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer

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James J. Duffy

Chief Human Resources Officer

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Robert L. Duffy

Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration

Harris Corporation

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Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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David J. Esler

Chief Human Resources Officer

US Foods

Edward A. Evans

Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

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Robyn Ewing

Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer

The Williams Companies, Inc.

Peter M. Fasolo

Chief Human Resources Officer

Johnson & Johnson

Richard R. Floersch

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McDonald’s Corporation

Melanie M. Foley

Senior Vice President, Manager, Human Resources and Administration

Liberty Mutual Group, Inc.

Roger C. Gaston

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Avaya Inc.

Michael Geary

Corporate Vice President, Human Resources

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Anita Graham

Chief Human Resources and Administrative Officer

The ADT Corporation

Jennifer L. Grant

Vice President, Human Resources

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Kimberly S. Hauer

Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Caterpillar Inc.

Joseph C. High

Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer

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Charles H. Hill

Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer

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Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Computer Sciences Corporation

Tim Huval

Chief Human Resources Officer

Humana Inc.

Mark R. James

Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications

Honeywell International Inc.

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Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer

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Senior Vice President, HR and Communications

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Tracy Keogh

Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources

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Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Executive Vice President –Chief Human Resources & Administrative Officer

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Labor Relations

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Executive Vice President, Human Resources

MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc.

Michael L. Meyer

Executive Vice President, Human Resources

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Kenneth F. Meyers

SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer

Hospira, Inc.

MaryAnn Miller

Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Avnet, Inc.

Jeffrey Mook

Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer

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Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

White Lodging Corporation

John M. Murabito

Executive Vice President, Human Resources & Services

Cigna Corporation

Larry L. Myers

Executive Vice President, Human Resources

T-Mobile USA, Inc.

Daisy Ng

Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Darden Restaurants, Inc.

Jed L. Norden

Senior Vice President Human Resources

The ServiceMaster Company

Susan C. Nutson

Senior Vice President –Human Resources

Saint-Gobain Corporation

Dermot J. O’Brien

Chief Human Resources Officer

Automatic Data Processing, Inc.

Walter M. Oliver

Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration

General Dynamics Corporation

David A. Pace

Executive Vice President and Chief Resource Officer

Bloomin’ Brands Inc.

Jayne Parker

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

The Walt Disney Company

Kevin Pennington

Executive Vice President of Human Resources

Fiserv, Inc.

Cecile K. Perich

Senior Vice President Human Relations

McCormick & Company, Inc.

Susan P. Peters

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

General Electric Company

Mark A. Petrarca

Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Public Affairs

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Debra Plousha Moore

Chief Human Resources Officer, Executive Vice President

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Marc C. Reed

Chief Administrative Officer

Verizon Communications Inc.

John P. Reing

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

SRA International

David A. Rodriguez

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Marriott International, Inc.

Michael G. Rohret

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Emerson

Sally A. Savoia

Vice President, Human Resources

Praxair, Inc.

Susan J. Schmitt

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Rockwell Automation, Inc.

Matthew W. Schuyler

Chief Human Resources Officer

Hilton Worldwide

Daniel S. Serbin

Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Parker Hannifin Corporation

Jeffrey S. Shuman

Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Quest Diagnostics Incorporated

John M. Steele

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

HCA Inc.

Larry E. Steward

Vice President, Human Resources

DTE Energy Company

Perry Stuckey

Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Eastman Chemical Company

Susan M. Suver

Vice President, Human Resources

U.S. Steel Corporation

Mara E. Swan

Executive Vice President, Global Strategy and Talent

ManpowerGroup

Jim M. Sweet

Chief Human Resources Officer

Newell Rubbermaid Inc.

Teresa J. Tanner

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Fifth Third Bank

Kurt J. Thomas

Vice President Human Resources

Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation

Johnna G. Torsone

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Pitney Bowes Inc.

Peter Vrijsen

Chief Human Resources Officer

Cargill, Incorporated

Sara Wade

Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Express Scripts, Inc.

Sylvia R. Wagner

Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Development

Assurant, Inc.

Carole S. Watkins

Chief Human Resources Officer

Cardinal Health, Inc.

Robb Webb

Chief Human Resources Officer

Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Thomas W. Weidenkopf

Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Communications

Aleris International, Inc.

Scott A. Weisberg

Chief People Officer

The Wendy’s Company

Kathleen Weslock

Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Eileen G. Whelley

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

XL Global Services, Inc

JUST THE COMPANIES – ALPHABETICALLY

21st Century Fox

  1. Smith Corporation

ADT Corporation

ATK

AT&T Inc.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Aleris International, Inc.

Allstate Insurance Company

Ally Financial Inc.

American Airlines Inc.

American Express Company

Analog Devices, Inc.

Archer Daniels Midland Company

Assurant, Inc.

Automatic Data Processing, Inc

Avaya, Inc.

Avnet, Inc.

Avery Dennison Corporation

BNSF Railway Company

Bloomin’ Brands Inc.

CVS Caremark Corporation

Cardinal Health, Inc.

Cargill, Incorporated

Carolinas HealthCare System

Caterpillar Inc.

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Cigna Corporation

Coco-Cola Company

Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.

Computer Sciences Corporation

Continental Grain Company

DTE Energy Company

Daikin McQuay Americas

Danaher Corporation

Darden Restaurants, Inc.

Dover Corporation

Eastman Chemical Company

Eaton

E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

Ecolab, Inc.

Emerson

Express Scripts, Inc.

Fifth Third Bank

Fiserv, Inc.

General Dynamics Corporation

General Electric Company

General Mills, Inc.

General Parts Inc.

HCA Inc.

Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Harris Corporation

Hewlett-Packard Company

Hilton Worldwide

Honeywell International Inc.

Hospira, Inc.

Humana Inc.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Illinois Tool Works Inc.

Ingersoll Rand Company

Ingram Industries Inc.

International Paper Company

Johnson Controls, Inc.

Johnson & Johnson

Kiewit Corporation

Kronos Incorporated

Liberty Mutual Group, Inc.

MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc.

ManpowerGroup

Marriott International, Inc.

Merck & Company, Inc.

McCormick & Company, Inc.

McDonald’s Corporation

Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation

Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Newell Rubbermaid Inc.

Northwestern Mutual

Novelis, Inc.

Parker Hannifin Corporation

Pitney Bowes Inc.

Pfizer Inc.

Praxair, Inc.

Quest Diagnostics Incorporated

Rockwell Automation, Inc.

SRA International

Saint-Gobain Corporation

Sears Holdings Corporation

Shell Oil Company

Simon Property Group

T-Mobile USA, Inc.

TRW Automotive

Texas Instruments Incorporated

The Cheesecake Factory, Inc.

The Proctor & Gamble Company

The Service Master Company

The Walt Disney Company

The Williams Companies, Inc.

Tyco International

US Foods

USG Corporation

U.S. Steel Corporation

United Technologies Corporation

United Parcel Service, Inc.

Univar, Inc.

Verizon Communications Inc.

W.W. Grainger, Inc.

Wendy’s Company

Western Union

WESCO International

White Lodging Corporation

XL Global Services, Inc.

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Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber – ND
Farm Credit East – NY
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce – WV
Feather River Productions – CA
Federation of Employers and Workers of America
FHS Entertainment – TX
First Call Heating & Cooling, Inc. – WI
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Florida Farm Bureau Federation
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association
Florida Nursery, Growers, &Landscape Association
ForwardJump Marketing, LLC – MA
Found in Town – IL
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and Industry – WI
Freedman Financial II, LLC – TX
FreeFlow Research – TX
FunderHut, LLC – IL
FWD.us
Gamification Co – NY
Gebbers Farms – WA
General Electric Company
Georama – IL
Georgia Chamber of Commerce
Georgia Farm Bureau Federation
Gigz, Inc. – NY
Gilbert Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Gilson Gardens, Inc. – OH
Global Investment Renewable – NY
Global Petals LLC – IL
Gnosis Management Group, LLC – OH
Gold Coast Partners – WV
Goldman Sachs
Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce – CA
Google
Goshen Chamber of Commerce -IN
Great Lakes Metro Chambers Coalition – MN, WI, MI, IA, MO, IL, IN, KY, OH, WV, NY, PA
Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce – CA
Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce – TX
Greater Cleveland Partnership – OH
Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce – SC
Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce – CA
Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce – NC
Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce – IN
Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Greater Houston Partnership – TX
Greater Louisville Inc. – the Metro Chamber of Commerce – KY
Greater North Dakota Chamber – ND
Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce – OK
Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – OK
Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce – NE
Greater Pasco Area Chamber of Commerce – WA
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce – PA, NJ, DE
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce – PA
Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Greater Phoenix Leadership – AZ
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce – RI
Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce – NC
Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce – VA
Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce – KS
Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce – WA
Greenhorn Connect LLC – MA
Gumroad – CA
Halliburton
Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce – VA
Harlan County Chamber of Commerce – KY
Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC – PA
HaystaqDNA – NY
HD MADE Inc. – NY
HeroX – NY
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce – SC
Hilton Worldwide
HireArt – NY
Hispanic 100 – CA
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City – MO
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis – MO
HMSolution
Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati – OH
Home Builders Association of South Carolina
Home Remodel Buddy – CA
Hormel Foods Corporation
Hostspot Inc. – CA
HR Policy Association
Hub Connective, LLC – CA
Hudson County Chamber of Commerce – NJ
i2X Capital – NY
IBM Corporation
Idaho Business Coalition for Immigration Reform
Idaho Dairymen’s Association
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation
Idaho Grower Shippers Association
Idaho Nursery & Landscape Association
Idaho Potato Commission
IFFace, Inc. – CA
Illinois Business Immigration Coalition
Illinois Chamber of Commerce
Illinois Farm Bureau Federation
Illinois Green Industry Association
Illinois Manufacturers Association
Illinois Restaurant Association
Illinois Science & Technology Coalition
Illinois Technology Association
ImmigrationWorks USA
Impact Engine – IL
Independent Electrical Contractors
Indiana Chamber of Commerce
Indiana Farm Bureau Federation
Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association
Indy Chamber – IN
Infatics – CA
Infiniteach LLC – IL
Information Technology Industry Council
Ingersoll Rand
Intel
International Franchise Association
Interurban Restaurants – OK
Iowa Association of Business and Industry
Iowa Farm Bureau Federation
Irrigation Association
Ivory Homes – UT
J & J Construction LLC – WV
JBM Orchards – WA
JobAnts – NJ
Joftware Inc. – MA
Jogabo, Inc. – CA
Johnson City Chamber of Commerce – TN
Kansas Chamber of Commerce
Kansas Farm Bureau Federation
Kelly Creative Media L.L.C. – NC
Kemin Industries, Inc. – IA
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Kentucky Nursery and Landscape Association
Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce – TN
Klooff Inc. – NY
Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & Convention & Visitor’s Bureau – NY
Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce – CA
Land O’Lakes, Inc.
Landscape Contractors Association MD•DC•VA – MD, VA, DC
Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce – NV
Launchpad LA – CA
Launchpad New Orleans – LA
LaundryPuppy, LLC – NY
Layton Construction Co., Inc. – UT
Learn2Co.de – DE
LendSquare – IL
Lincoln Chamber of Commerce – NE
Lincoln Club of Orange County – CA
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce – AR
Livecube – NY
Lob.com Inc. – CA
LockerDome – NY
Log(n) LLC – CA
Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau – CA
Lone Star Construction L.L.C. – OK
Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce – CA
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce – CA
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce – VA
Louisiana Irrigation Association
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce – TX
Luma Education, Inc. – CA
Madrona Venture Group – WA
Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce – KS
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce – NY
Manos Accelerator, LLC – CA
Marana Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Marriott International, Inc.
Maryland Nursery & Landscape Association
Mason City Area Chamber of Commerce – IA
Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association
McDonald’s Corporation
Media Monks – NY
Melaleuca, Inc. – ID
Melby Chiropractic Clinic – SC
Merchants Information Solutions, Inc. – AZ
Metro South Chamber of Commerce – MA
Michigan Agri-Business Association
Michigan Apple Association
Michigan Asparagus Growers, Inc.
Michigan Chamber of Commerce
Michigan Farm Bureau Federation
Michigan Forest Products Council
Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association
Michigan State Horticultural Society
Microsoft Corporation
Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce – NJ
MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce – NJ
Milk Producers Council – CA
Milk Producers of Idaho
MIND Research Institute – CA
Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce – MN
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation
Minnesota Milk Producers Association
Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association
Missouri Dairy Association
Missouri Farm Bureau Federation
Mol Produce – MI
Morris County Chamber of Commerce – NJ
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Mungo Homes – NC, SC, GA
My Ideal World – NY
MyEmptySlate Inc. – NY
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce – SC
Naperville Chamber of Commerce – IL
NASDAQ OMX Group
Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce – TN
National All-Jersey (American Jersey Cattle Association)
National Christmas Tree Association
National Council of Agricultural Employers
National Council of Chain Restaurants
National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
National Foreign Trade Council
National Hispanic Landscape Alliance
National Milk Producers Federation
National Peach Council
National Potato Council
National Retail Federation
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Turkey Federation
National Venture Capital Association
New England Apple Council – MA, ME, CT, RI, VT, NH
New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association
New Jersey Nursery & Landscape Association
New Majority California
New River Gorge Convention & Visitors Bureau – WV
New York Farm Bureau Federation
New York State Wine Grape Growers
New York Wine Industry Association
NJ Tech , Inc. – NJ
North American Blueberry Council
North Carolina Chamber
North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation
North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association
Northeast Ag and Feed Alliance – NY, ME, VT, NH, CT, RI, MA
Northeast Dairy Farmers Cooperatives – VA
Northeast Dairy Producers Association – NY
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce – RI
Northern Virginia Technology Council
Northwest Farm Credit Services – WA, OR, ID, MT
Occasion – IL
Ogden Weber Chamber of Commerce – UT
Ohio Agri-women Association
Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation
Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition
Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association
Ohio Landscape Association
Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association
Ohio Produce Growers and Marketers Association
Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association
Oklahoma Restaurant Association
Oklahoma State Builders Association
Omega Point Inc. – NY
Omnicom Group Inc.
One, Inc. – CA
Orange County Chamber of Commerce – NY
Oregon Association of Nurseries
Oregon Cherry Growers, Inc
Oregon Potato Commission
Outdoor Amusement Business Association, Inc.
Overland Park Chamber of Commerce – KS
Overstock.com, Inc.
Owatonna Area Chamber of Commerce – MN
Oxnard Chamber of Commerce – CA
Pacific Coast Producers – CA
Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce – CA
Palmetto AgriBusiness Council – SC
Paramount Citrus – CA, TX
Paramount Farming Company – CA
Paris Foods Corp. – MD
Park City Chamber & Convention & Visitors Bureau – UT
Partnership for a New American Economy
Partnership for New York City – NY
Pasco Chamber of Commerce – WA
Peak Season Workforce – MA
Pennsylvania Business Council
Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
Phroogal – CA
Piddx, Inc. – MA
Piedmont Printing – NC
PlainLegal, Inc. – NY
Playout LLC – GA
PolicyGenius Inc. – NY
Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce – CA
Practical Employee Solutions – TX
Prescott Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Prince William Chamber of Commerce – VA
Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania
Professional Landcare Network (PLANET)
Progressive 15 – CO
Qualcomm, Inc.
Quotte.me – FL
Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce – CA
Real Estate Board of New York
RealOffer – MA
RecordLogix – CA
Re-Create Companies LLC – AZ
Rent Like a Champion – IL
Rent Stabilization Association of NYC, Inc. – NY
ReyLabs – CA
RockThePost – NY
Roll Global
Rolling Meadows Chamber of Commerce – IL
Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce – CA
Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce – MN
SalesBus Inc. – NY
salesforce.com
Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce – UT
San Diego County Farm Bureau – CA
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce – CA
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce – CA
Sanofi
Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce & Convention-Visitors Bureau – CA
Santaquin Chamber of Commerce – UT
SchoolMint Inc. – CA
Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce – PA
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. – WA
Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce – WA
Select Milk Producers, Inc. – NM, TX, OK
Semiconductor Industry Association
Semiconductor Research Corporation
Sensitel, Inc. – CA
ShopGab – IL
Shuttlecloud – NY
SieveStream – IL
Silicon Valley Leadership Group – CA
Silver Star Construction Company, Inc. – OK
Ski Utah
Slingbot – MA
Small Business Majority
Snow & Ice Management Association, Inc.
Society of American Florists
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce
South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation
South Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association
South Carolina Peach Council
South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association
South Dakota Dairy Producers
South East Dairy Farmers Association – PA, DE, MD, VA, WV, NC, SC, GA, AL, MS, TN, KY, AR, MO, OK, KS, TX
South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce – CO
South Padre Island Chamber of Commerce – TX
Southeast Milk, Inc. – FL
Southern Nursery Association
Southern Vista Construction – NC
Spectrum Realty Group – FL
SSA Consultants, LLC – LA
St. Albans Cooperative Creamery, Inc. – VT
St. Louis Regional Chamber – MO
Steele Pig Restaurant – NC
Steelo Entertainment – CA
StoryTree Inc. – CA
Stow Storage Share, LLC – CA
Studio Issa – RI
SugarSnap – IL
SUMO Heavy Industries – NY
Sundt Construction, Inc. – AZ
Sunmaid Growers of California – CA
Sunsweet Growers Inc. – CA
Superior Compliance Solutions LLC – CA
SV Angel – CA
Symantec Corporation
Syncronika – NY
Tankard Nurseries – VA
Taplet, Inc. – TX
Tassi & Co – IL
TechNet
Technology CEO Council
TechServe Alliance
Techstars – IL
Teemd Inc. – NY
Tempe Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Texans for Sensible Immigration Policy
Texas Association of Business
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Texas International Produce Association
Texas Lodging Association
Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
Texas Restaurant Association
The Chamber of Commerce of the Santa Barbara Region – CA
The Chamber of Reno, Sparks, and Northern Nevada – NV
The Founding Moms – IL
The Humphreys Group – OK
The Latino Coalition
The New England Council – MA, ME, CT, RI, VT, NH
The Real Arizona Coalition – AZ
The Resources Group – NC
The Ticket Experience – TX
Thinkböks – IL
Thunderclap, Inc. – NY
Todd Greiner Farms, Inc. – MI
Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce – NY
Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce – MI
Tree Care Industry Association
TrintMe – CA
Try, Inc. – CA
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Tulsa Regional Chamber – OK
Twin Birch Dairy LLC – NY
TwinWest Chamber of Commerce – MN
U.S. Apple Association
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Travel Association
United AgriBusiness League (UnitedAg) – CA
United Fresh Produce Association
United Producers, Inc. – KY, IL, IN, MI, MO, OH
Upstate Niagara Cooperative, Inc. – NY
Ureach Inc. – CA
USA Farmers
Utah Farm Bureau Federation
Utah Manufacturers Association
Utah Nursery & Landscape Association
Utah Restaurant Association
Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce
Utah Wool Growers Association
Valley Fig Growers – CA
Valley Industry & Commerce Association – CA
Van Wingerden International Inc. – NC
Vardex – IL
Ventura Chamber of Commerce – CA
Ventura County Agricultural Association – CA
Versatile Security – NY
Virginia Agribusiness Council
Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association
Virginia Green Industry Council
Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association
Virginia Poultry Federation
Virginia State Dairymen’s Association
Visalia Chamber of Commerce – CA
Wabash County Chamber of Commerce – IN
Walnut Ridge Dairy LLC – NY
Warren’s News & Gift, Inc. – WA
Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers
Washington Farm Bureau Federation
Washington Growers Clearing House Association
Washington Retail Association
Washington State Dairy Federation
Washington State Horticultural Association
Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
Washington State Potato Commission
Watchitoo Inc. – NY
Wenatchee Valley Traffic Association – WA
West Virginia Association of Conventions & Visitors Bureau
West Virginia Hospitality & Travel Association
Western Growers – AZ, CA
Western United Dairymen – CA
White Pine Chamber of Commerce – NV
Wholesale Carpet Outlet – WV
Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce – AZ
Wisconsin Green Industry Federation
Wisconsin Grocers Association
Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association
Wisconsin Nursery Association
Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers
Association Wisconsin Restaurant Association
Wright & Dalbin Architects, Inc. – TX
xTV – CA
Yakima Valley Chamber of Commerce – WA
Yakima Valley Growers-Shippers Association – WA
Yankee Farm Credit – NY
Yella, Inc. – IL
Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber – OH
Youthful Savings – NY
Zachry Holdings, Inc. – TX
Zion’s Bank – UT, ID

Source:  https://www.uschamber.com/letter/multi-industry-letter-immigration-reform

Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CCIR) Buddies

National Organizations

Brenda Muniz, Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN)
Karen Narasaki, Asian American Justice Center (AAJC)
Cassandra Butts, Center for American Progress
Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community Change*
Jen Smyers, Church World Service
Don Kerwin, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Ana Garcia-Ashley, Gamaliel Foundation
Lisa Shuger-Hublitz, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)
Kelly Fincham, Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform (ILIR)
Wade Henderson, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR)
Brent Wilkes, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
Gregory Chen, Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services (LIRS)
John Trasvina, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Hilary Shelton, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Oscar Chacon, National Alliance of Latin American & Caribbean Communities (NALACC)
Cecilia Munoz ,National Council of La Raza (NCLR)*
Frank Sharry, National Immigration Forum*
Linton Joaquin, National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
Eun Sook Lee, National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)
Eliseo Medina, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)*
Arturo Rodriguez, United Farm Workers of America
Tom Snyder, UNITE HERE*
Bill Mefford, United Methodist Church
Kevin Appleby, U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops
Jenny Hwang, World Relief

State and Local Organizations

Taleb Salhab, Arab Community Center for Economic & Social Services (ACCESS)
Angelica Salas, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), California
Leslie Moody, Denver Area Labor Federation, Colorado
Marisol Jimenez McNee, El Pueblo, Inc., North Carolina
Pramila Jayapal, Hate Free Zone, Washington
Josh Hoyt, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR), Illinois
Maria Elena Durazo, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, California
Ali Noorani, Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Committee (MIRA), Massachusetts
Gustavo Torres, National Capital Area Immigration Coalition, Washington, DC Metro Area
Dary Tromanhauser, Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest, Nebraska
Chung Wa Hong, New York Immigration Coalition, New York
Ramon Ramirez, PCUN/CAUSA, Oregon
Monica Russo, SEIU Florida Healthcare Union, Florida
Hector Figueroa, SEIU 32BJ, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, DC, Maryland, Virginia
David Lubell, Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC), Tennessee
Pilar Weiss, UNITE HERE, Local 226 Las Vegas
Patricia Campos, UNITE HERE, New Jersey State Council

Source:  http://www.cirnow.org/content/en/about_ccir.htm

Hispanic Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Buddies

United States Hispanic Action Network

United States Hispanic Prayer Network

American Competitiveness Alliance

EsTiempoDeVotar (Spanish for “It’s Time To Vote”)

National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

Interfaith Immigration Coalition

Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

America’s Voice Online

Organization to Help Citizen Children

Acceso Hispano – a project of the Self Reliance Foundation

American Jewish Committee

Latino Coalition for Faith & Community Initiatives

Arizona Latino Commission

La Red De Pastores y Lideres Latinos del Sur de California

Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

H.S. Power & Light – A Latino Initiative

WIN Welcoming Immigrants Network

Immigration  Policy Center

Immigration Impact

National Immigration Forum

Source:  http://www.hispaniccoalitionforcir.org/partners.html

Yet More Amnesty Supporters

National Groups

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

Church World Service

CLASP

Coalition on Human Needs

First Focus

National Immigration Law Center

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

605 CITIZENSHIP PROJECT

9to5

Advocacy and Training Center

Advocates for Youth

AFL­CIO

AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

AIDS United

Alliance for a Just Society

Alliance for Children and Families

Alliance of Baptists

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

American Federation of Teachers

American Medical Student Association

American Sexual Health Association

America’s Voice

Anti­Defamation League

Arab American Institute

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

Asian American Justice Center, Member of Asian American Center for Advancing Justice

Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)

Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

Bread for the World

Breakthrough

The CA Endowment

Campaign for America’s Future

Campaign for Community Change

Campaign to End AIDS

CANN ­Community Access National Network

The Center for APA Women

Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.

Change Matrix LLC

Children’s Advocacy Institute

Children’s Health Fund

Children’s HealthWatch

The Children’s Partnership

Church World Service

Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program

CLASP

Coalition on Human Needs

Committee of Interns and Residents ­ SEIU Healthcare

Community Action Partnership

Community Catalyst

Congregation of St.Joseph

David Ostrow & Associates

Democratic Socialists of America

Dignity Health

The Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice

First Focus

Food Research and Action Center

Gilbert Law Office

Hispanic Federation

HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA)

Hmong National Development

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Immigration Equality

International Union, UAW

Jewish Council for Public Affairs

Justice and Peace Center­ A Ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph­Concordia

Keshet

Khmer Health Advocates, In.

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Legion of Mary

LULAC

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

Main Street Alliance

Migrant Clinicians Network

National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

National Association of Council for Children

National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems

National Association of Social Workers

National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition

National Center for Law and Economic Justice

National Center for Transgender Equality

National Community Tax Coalition

National Council of Jewish Women

National Council on Aging

The National Crittenton Foundation

National Education Association

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

National Health Law Program

National Hispanic Media Coalition

National Immigration Law Center

National Korean American Service and Education Consortium

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty

National Minority AIDS Council

National Senior Citizens Law Center

National Women and AIDS Collective (NWAC)

National Women’s Health Network

NETWORK, a National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

Office of Immigration and Refugee Resettlement (ABHMS)

Office of Social Justice, Christian Reformed Church in North America

Positive Women’s Network­ United States of America

Project Inform

Provincial Council of the Clerics of St. Viator (Viatorians)

Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need

Research Institute Without Walls

RESULTS

Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

SFNewsfeed.us

Single Stop USA

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia

Sisters of the Holy Cross ­ Congregation Justice Committee

South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

Treatment Action Group

U.S.­El Salvador Sister Cities

UAW

Union of Reform Judaism

United for a Fair Economy

United Mine Workers of America

United Neighborhood Centers of America

United Steelworkers

United We Dream

Viatorians

Voices for America’s Children

World Education, Inc.

State/Local Groups

9to5 Atlanta

9to5 California

9to5 Colorado

9to5 Milwaukee

Action for Children North Carolina

Advocacy for Justice and Peace Committee of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia

Advocates for Children and Youth

Advocates for Women

African Services Committee

AFSCME3299

AIDS Foundation of Chicago

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago

AIDS Resource Center Ohio

Alameda Health Consortium

Alianza del Pueblo

Alivio Medical Center

All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena, CA

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment

American Citizens for Justice/Asian American Center for Justice

American Friends Service Committee of Western Massachusetts

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

Arkansas Marshallese Community

Asian American Community Services

Asian Counseling & Referral Service

Asian Health Coalition

Asian Human Services Family Health Center

Asian Law Alliance

Asian Law Caucus, member of Asian American Center for Advancing Justice

Asian Pacific American Legal Center

Asian Services In Action, Inc.

Asian­American Community Service Council

Association for Latino American Studies (ALAS)

Bay Area Immigration Taskforce

Bay Clinic, Inc.

Berkshire Immigrant Center

California Church IMPACT

California Immigrant Policy Center

California Latinas for Reproductive Justice

California Pan­Ethnic Health Network

California Primary Care Association

Cal­Islanders Humanitarian Association

Canal Alliance

CASA de Maryland

Casa Latina

Cascade AIDS Project

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago

Center for Advocacy, Rights and Engagement

Center for Civil Justice

Center for Independent Living of South Florida, Inc.

Center for Interfaith Encounter

Center for Latino Progress ­ CPRF

Center for Public Policy Priorities

Central Ohio Immigrant Justice

CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm

Children Now

Children’s Alliance

Christie’s Place

CIR NOW­ Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Citizen Action of New York

City of Hope

Cleveland Chinese students and professional group

CLUE Santa Barbara

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

CodePink ­ Wichita

Collaborative Center for Justice

Colorado Center on Law and Policy

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights

Communications Workers of America

Communities Creating Opportunity

Community Action Partnership of Utah

Community Legal Services, Inc.

Community Of Friends In Action

Community Service Society of New York

Comunidad Liberación/Liberation Community

Connecticut Multicultural Health Partnership

CT Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission

Dallas Fort Worth Pride Movement

Denali Family Services

Developing & Empowering Latinos In America

Dominican Development Center

Dominican Sisters of Houston

DRUM ­ Desis Rising Up & Moving

Earth Mama Healing, Inc,

East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual Assistance Center

El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos

El Quinto Sol De America

Elba Central School

Empire Justice Center

Encuentro

Entre Hermanos

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour/Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador

Faith Caucus ­ IL CBHC

Farmworker Association of Florida

Filipino Advocates for Justice

First Mexican Baptist Ch.

Florida Legal Services, Inc.

GALAEI

Georgia Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

Georgia Rural Urban Summit

Grace Lutheran Church

Gray Panthers of San Francisco

Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice

Guam Communications Network

The Hat Project

Health Care For All New York

HIAS Chicago

HIAS Pennsylvania

Hispanic Alliance of Tampa Bay

Hispanic Community Dialogue Organization

Hispanic Ministry Office

HIV Law Project

Housing Works

Houston Community Services

Iglesia Bautista

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Illinois Conference UCC Immigration Task Force

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

Immigrant Service Providers Group/Health

Immigration Advocacy Matters

Immigration Rights Task Force of the Unitarian Society of New Haven

Immigration Service and Aid Center (ISAAC)

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Jewish Community Action

Jones and Chao, P.C.

Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Kentucky Equal Justice Center

Kentucky Youth Advocates

Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center

Kokua Kalihi Valley

Ko’olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center

Korean Community Center of the East Bay

Korean Resource Center

L.A Community Legal Center and Educational

La Esperanza

Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center

Latin American Association

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

Latino Community Roundtable

Latino Education & Training Institute

Libreria Del Pueblo, Inc.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance

Lifting Latina Voices Initiative

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service

Lowcountry Immigration Coalition

LULAC Council # 7226

LULAC­ TAMPA

Lupus Foundation of Northern California

Make the Road New York

Maria Sanchez­Ley Law Office

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

Massachusetts Law Reform Institute

Maxwell Street Legal Clinic

Migrant Support Services of Wayne Co. NY

Minnesota AIDS Project

Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance

Modesto Peace/Life Center

My Language link

National Council of Jewish Women, Concordia Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Cleveland Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Houston Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Illinois State Policy Advocacy Chair

National Council of Jewish Women, Long Beach Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Missouri State Policy Advocacy Chair

National Council of Jewish Women, Peninsula Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Rhode Island Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Texas State Policy Advocacy Co­Chair

National Council of Jewish Women, Utah Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Valencia Shores Section

National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Detroit Section

National Council of Jewish Women, California

National Council of Jewish Women, St. Louis Section

National Immigration Reform Advocates

National Latino AIDS Action Network

National Tongan American Society

Nations of Micronesia Committee

New Haven Peoples Center

New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty

New York Immigration Coalition

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest

New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage

NH Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees

NM Asian Family Center (NMAFC)

NOELA Community Health Center

North Carolina Council of Churches

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Ohio AIDS Coalition

Ohio Asian American Health Coalition

OneAmerica

Open Door Clinic

Oregon New Sanctuary Movement

Pacific Islander Cancer Survivors Network

Pacific Islander Health Partnership

Pax Christi DuPage County

Pennsylvania Council of Churches

PICO California

Pilgrim Congregational UCC

Prevention Point Philadelphia

Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ

The River Fund

San Diego Hunger Coalition

San Ysidro Health Center

Services for the Advancement of Women­SEPA Mujer

Servicios de La Raza

Sierra Italia, Inc.

Silicon Valley Alliance for Immigration Reform

Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Justice Team

Skagit Immigrant Rights Council

Social Justice Ministry of Sacred Heart Catholic Church

St Louis Inter­Faith Committee on Latin America

Street Level Health Project

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

Triumph Treatment Services

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Lowcountry

United Church of Christ

Unity Fellowship of Christ Church NYC in Brooklyn

University of Colorado

University of Hawaii

UNO Federation Community Services

Virginia Organizing

Vision y Compromiso

Voces de la Frontera

Waimanalo Health Center

Washington Community Action Network!

Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Wayne Action for Racial Equality

Weber County Democrats

Westchester for Change

Western Center on Law and Poverty

Wisconsin Council on Children and Families

WV FREE Advocates for Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice

Xaverian Brothers

Yakutat Healthy Community Coalition

YWCA Tulsa­Immigrant Program

Source:  http://allianceofbaptists.org/documents/open-letter-immigration-march-2013.pdf

Catholic Bishops for Amnesty

Most Rev. José H. Gómez, Archbishop of Los Angeles

Most Rev. Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, Archbishop of San Antonio

Most Rev. Gerald R. Barnes, Bishop of San Bernardino

Most Rev. Alvaro Corrada del Rio, SJ, Apostolic Administrator of Tyler

Bishop of Mayaguez, PR

Most Rev. Felipe de Jesús Estevez, Bishop of St. Augustine
Most Rev. Richard J. García, Bishop of Monterey
Most Rev. Armando X. Ochoa, Apostolic Administrator of El Paso
Bishop-designate of Fresno
Most Rev. Plácido Rodríguez, CMF, Bishop of Lubbock
Most Rev. James A. Tamayo, Bishop of Laredo
Most Rev. Raymundo J. Peña, Bishop Emeritus of Brownsville
Most Rev. Arthur Tafoya, Bishop Emeritus of Pueblo
Most Rev. Daniel E. Flores, Bishop of Brownsville
Most Rev. Fernando Isern, D.D., Bishop of Pueblo
Most Rev. Ricardo Ramírez, Bishop of Las Cruces
Most Rev. Jaime Soto, Bishop of Sacramento
Most Rev. Joe S. Vásquez, Bishop of Austin
Most Rev. Carlos A. Sevilla, SJ, Bishop Emeritus of Yakima
Most Rev. Oscar Cantú, S.T.D., Auxiliary Bishop of San Antonio
Most Rev. Arturo Cepeda, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
Most Rev. Manuel A. Cruz, Auxiliary Bishop of Newark
Most Rev. Rutilio del Riego, Auxiliary Bishop of San Bernardino
Most Rev. Eusebio Elizondo, M.Sp.S, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle
Most Rev. Francisco González , S.F., Auxiliary Bishop of Washington
Most Rev. Eduardo A. Nevares, Auxiliary Bishop of Phoenix
Most Rev. Alexander Salazar, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles
Most Rev. David Arias, OAR, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Newark
Most Rev. Octavio Cisneros, DD, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
Most. Rev. Edgar M. da Cunha, SDV, Auxiliary Bishop of Newark
Most Rev. Cirilo B. Flores, Auxiliary Bishop of Orange
Most Rev. Josu Iriondo, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
Most Rev. Alberto Rojas, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
Most Rev. Luis Rafael Zarama, Auxiliary Bishop of Atlanta
Most Rev. Gabino Zavala, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles

Source:  http://usccbmedia.blogspot.com/2011/12/estas-son-las-mananitasof-hispanic_12.html

Latinos United for Immigration Reform Buddies

American G.I. Forum 

ASPIRA Association 

Casa de Esperanza

Cuban American National Council (CNC)

Farmworker Justice 

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) 

Hispanic Federation 

Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) 

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) 

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 

MANA, A National Latina Organization 

National Association of Latino Independent Producers

National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) 

National Hispanic Environmental Council (NHEC) 

National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA) 

National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) 

National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) 

Latino Justice PRLDEF

National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) 

Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund (MALDEF) 

National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (NAHFE)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR) 

National Conference of Puerto Rican Women

National Hispana Leadership Institute

National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators 

National Puerto Rican Coalition, Inc. (NPRC) 

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

SER – Jobs for Progress National, Inc.

Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) 

United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce

AVANCE, Inc.

National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities

Source:  http://latinosunited.org/immigrationreform/partners/

More “Immigration Reform” Supporters

Alliance for Security and Trade

American Hotel & Lodging Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Meat Institute

American Nursery & Landscape Association

American Staffing Association

American Subcontractors Association, Inc.

Associated Builders and Contractors

Associated General Contractors

California Landscape Contractors Association

California Professional Association of Specialty Contractors (CALPASC)

Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

Colorado Employers for Immigration Reform

Federation of Employers and Workers of America

Florida Employers for Immigration Reform

Georgia Employers for Immigration Reform

Golf Course Superintendents Association of America

International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions

International Foodservice Distributors Association

International Franchise Association

Mason Contractors Association of America

National Association of Home Builders

National Christmas Tree Association

National Club Association

National Chicken Council

National Council of Chain Restaurants

National Restaurant Association

National Roofing Contractors Association

Nevada Restaurant Association

North Carolina Christmas Tree Association

North Carolina Green Industry Council

Outdoor Amusement Business Association, Inc.

Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association

Professional Landcare Network

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

Society of American Florists

Texas Association of Business

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association

Tree Care Industry Association

Virginia Poultry Federation

US Chamber of Commerce

United Fresh Produce Association

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Source:  https://www.masoncontractors.org/pdf/immigration-20080212.pdf

Senate Amnesty Buddies

Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.)

Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.)

Jeff Chiesa (R-N.J.)

Susan Collins (R-Maine)

Bob Corker (R-Tenn.)

Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)

Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)

Dean Heller (R-Nev.)

John Hoeven (R-N.D.)

Mark Kirk (R-Ill.)

John McCain (R-Ariz.)

Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)

Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)

Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.)

Max Baucus (D-Mont.)

Mark Begich (D-Alaska)

Michael Bennett (D-Colo.)

Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.)

Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.)

Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio)

Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.)

Ben Cardin (D-Md.)

Carper Thomas (D-Del.)

Bob Casey (D-Pa.)

Christopher Coons (D-Del.)

Mo Cowan (D-Mass.)

Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.)

Richard Durbin (D-Ill.)

Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)

Al Franken (D-Minn.)

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)

Kay Hagan (D-N.C.)

Tom Harkin (D-Iowa)

Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.)

Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.)

Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii)

Tim Johnson (D-S.D.)

Timothy Kaine (D-Va.)

Angus King (I-Maine)

Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.)

Mary Landrieu (D-La.)

Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.)

Carl Levin (D-Mich.)

Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.)

Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)

Robert Menendez (D-N.J.)

Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.)

Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.)

Christopher Murphy (D-Conn.)

Patty Murray (D-Wash.)

Bill Nelson (D-Fla.)

Mark Pryor (D-Ark.)

John Reed (D-R.I.)

Harry Reid (D-Nev.)

Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.)

Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)

Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii)

Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.)

Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.)

Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.)

Jon Tester (D-Mont.)

Mark Udall (D-Colo.)

Tom Udall (D-N.M.)

Mark Warner (D-Va.)

Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)

Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.)

Ron Wyden (D-Ore.)

Source:  http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/06/here-are-republicans-who-voted-immigration-reform

Pro-Amnesty Republicans

Benishek
2. Bishop (Mich.)
3. Boehner[1]
4. Bost
5. Brooks (Ind.)
6. Buchanan
7. Calvert
8. Carter (Texas)
9. Coffman
10. Cole
11. Collins (N.Y.)
12. Comstock
13. Costello (Pa.)
14. Curbelo (Fla.)
15. Davis, Rodney
16. Denham
17. Dent
18. Diaz-Balart
19. Dold
20. Ellmers (N.C.)
21. Emmer (Minn.)
22. Fitzpatrick
23. Frelinghuysen
24. Gibson
25. Granger
26. Guinta
27. Hanna
28. Hardy
29. Heck (Nev.)
30. Hurd (Texas)
31. Jolly
32. Katko
33. King (N.Y.)
34. Kinzinger (Ill.)
35. Kline
36. Knight
37. Lance
38. LoBiondo
39. MacArthur
40. McCarthy
41. McCaul
42. McHenry
43. McMorris Rogers
44. McSally
45. Meehan
46. Miller (Mich.)
47. Moolenaar
48. Murphy (Pa.)
49. Noem
50. Nunes
51. Paulsen
52. Pittenger
53. Pitts
54. Poliquin
55. Reichert
56. Rogers (Ky.)
57. Ros-Lehtinen
58. Royce
59. Ryan (Wis.)
60. Scalise
61. Schock
62. Shimkus
63. Simpson
64. Smith (N.J.)
65. Stefanik
66. Stivers
67. Thompson (Pa.)
68. Tiberi
69. Trott
70. Turner
71. Upton
72. Valadao
73. Walden
74. Walters, Mimi
75. Young (Ind.)

Source:  http://www.americasfreedomfighters.com/2015/03/04/75-republicans-who-are-for-obamas-amnesty-remember-these-names/#

[1] This loser is gone now.

Partnership for A New American Economy Buddies

Microsoft Corporation

Walt Disney Co.

Marriott International

21st Century Fox

Boeing

Interstate Hotels & Resorts

Graham Adair

Imbed Biosciences, Inc.

CruiseWise

Ahluwalia Law P.C. Enterprises, Inc.

Maverick Capital

AmeriMex Communications

A Second Chance Immigration Services

CW Biofuels

Teamly

Loopt

Agent Piggy

Ancira Enterprises, Inc

Delta Air Lines, Inc.

U.S. Media Consulting

Mojo

HewlettPackard

AOL

Biz2Credit

Cynthia Rowley

Arvizu Advertising and Promotions

Immigration Solutions Group, PLLC

The Legacy Companies

Curious, Inc

Babcock, Scott & Babcock

Ecolab, Inc

Blue Water Satellite Inc.

JetBlue Airways

Barber Foods

Onswipe

Grooveshark

Adroiti Technologies

Autodesk, Inc.

Birchbox

Robert H. Beer, P.C.

Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

Hearst Corp

Pyramid ODI

Just Cabinets Furniture

Boomers Advisory Group

Time Warner Inc.

Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.

Goldman Sachs & Co.

Ruder Finn, Inc.

Warby Parker Eyewear

Oscar de la Renta

Bone McAllester Norton

Professional Investment Counsel

Radio Systems Corp.

Coastal Corrugated, Inc.

Pinnacle West Capital Corp.

DMB Associates, Inc

Con Edison

IOR Global Services

Xerox Corporation

Mithoff Burton Partners

Flybridge Capital Partners

Cabrera Capital Markets

Kelly Services, Inc.

Freeland Construction

The Jones Group

Crimson Leadership Group

Fanchimp

Ally Financial Inc.

Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe

Bling Nation

Passageways

Challa Immigration Law Offices

Class Dojo

Nix Hydra Games

American Express Company

Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

RewardMe

INGCO International

Del Sol Medical Center

CityView

Stanwich Group LLC

SoftTech TV

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

MassMutual

Softlayer

Jawaya

Dallas Mavericks

Recyclable Planet

Cognizant Technology Solutions

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Regpack

Institutional Venture Partners

Viacom Inc.

Studios Architecture

Opinionage

Regalii, LLC

Brooks Brothers

Hensley Beverage Company

IAC

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Ebay Inc

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co

Wackenhut Services Inc.

Twitter

Watlington Food, LLC

Virtuvent

Marsh & McLennan Companies

Exim Financial Group

Viad Corp

More….

Source:   http://www.renewoureconomy.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/PNAE-Members-2015-_Updated-1-27.pdf

Cities for Action Buddies

Source:  http://www.citiesforaction.us/our_leaders

Another Group of Immigration Reform Supporters

National Organizations

9to5, National Association of Working Women

(Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

The Advocates for Human Rights

(Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Alliance for a Just Society

(Seattle, Washington)

Alliance of Forest Workers and Harvesters

(Albany, California)

America’ s Voice Education Fund

(Washington, DC)

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

(Washington, DC)

American Civil Liberties Union

(Washington, DC)

American Immigration Council

(Washington, DC)

American Immigration Lawyers Association

(Washington, DC)

Americans for Immigrant Justice, formerly Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center

(Miami,Florida)

Asian American Justice Center, member of Asian American Center for Advancing Justice

(Washington, DC)

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

(New York, New York)

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO

(Washington, DC)

Best Practices Policy Project

(Washington, DC)

Bill of Rights Defense Committee

(Northampton, Massachusetts)

Black Unity

(Nashville, Tennessee)

Blacks in Law Enforcement of America

(Washington, DC)

Breakthrough

(New York, New York)

Casa Esperanza

(Plainfield & Bound Brook, New Jersey)

CCC (Campaign for Community Change)

(Washington, DC)

The Center for APA Women

(San Francisco, California)

Churches United to Save and Heal (CUSH)

(New York, New York)

Congreso del Pueblo

(Stockton, California)

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

(Washington, DC)

De La Salle Christian Brothers

(Chicago, Illinois)

DREAM Action Coalition

(New York, New York)

Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

(Oakland, California)

Enlace

(Portland, Oregon)

The Episcopal Church

(Washington, DC)

The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice

(Kent, Washington)

Farmworker Justice

(Washington, DC)

FIRM (Fair Immigration Reform Movement)

(Washington, DC)

First Focus

(Washington, DC)

Friends Committee on National Legislation

(Washington, DC)

Gray Panthers

(Washington, DC)

Japanese American Citizens League

(Washington, DC)

Justice Strategies

(Brooklyn, New York)

Immigration Equality

(New York, New York)

Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights

(Seattle, Washington)

International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD)

(New York, New York)

International CURE

(Washington, DC)

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

(Washington, DC)

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd

(Brooklyn, New York)

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

(Baltimore, Maryland)

MAFO, Inc.

(St. Cloud, Minnesota)

Main Street Alliance

(Bloomfield, New Jersey)

Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA)

(Richardson, Texas)

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

(Washington, DC)

National Asian Pacific Center on Aging

(Seattle, Washington)

National Association of Social Workers

(Washington, DC)

National Center for Transgender Equality

(Washington, DC)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

(Washington, DC)

National Economic & Social Rights Initiative (NESRI)

(New York, New York)

National Immigrant Justice Center

(Chicago, Illinois)

National Immigration Forum

(Washington, DC)

National Immigration Law Center

(Washington, DC)

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

(Boston, Massachusetts)

National Immigration Reform Advocates

(San Jose, California)

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

(Washington, DC)

National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC)

(Dearborn, Michigan)

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

(Oakland, California)

National Organization for Women

(Washington, DC)

National Women’ s Health Network

(Washington, DC)

National Writers Union

(Evanston, Illinois)

NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

(Washington, DC)

Pax Christi USA

(Washington, DC)

Physicians for Human Rights

(Washington, DC)

Provincial Council of the Clerics of St. Viator (Viatorians)

(Arlington Heights, Illinois)

Public Interest Projects

(New York, New York)

Refugee and Immigration Ministries of Disciples Home Missions, Christian Church(Disciples of Christ)

(Indianapolis, Indiana)

Rights Working Group

(Washington, DC)

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

(Washington, DC)

South Asian Americans Leading Together

(Takoma Park, Maryland)

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

(Washington, DC)

Strategic Philanthropy

(Chicago, Illinois)

Teamster Defense Guard

(Calumet City, Illinois)

Unitarian Universalist Association

(Boston, Massachusetts)

United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society

(Washington, DC)

United States Human Rights Network

(Atlanta, Georgia)

Violence Intervention Program

(New York, New York)

YWCA USA

(Washington, DC)

Regional and State Organizations

Advocates for Women

(Framingham, Massachusetts)

American Dream Community Agency

(Houston, Texas)

American Gateways

(Austin, Texas)

Arizona-Sonora Border Coalition

(Arizona)

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

(Oakland-Bay Area, California)

Border Action Network

(Tucson, Arizona)

Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition

(Washington, DC)

CASA FREEHOLD

(Freehold, New Jersey)

Casa Latina

(Seattle, Washington)

Causa Justa: Just Cause

(Oakland, California)

Center for Constitutional Rights

(New York, New York)

Center for Intercultural Organizing

(Portland, Oregon)

Central Arizona National Lawyers Guild

(Arizona)

Centro de Ayuda

(Newport, Oregon)

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

(Los Angeles,California)

Coalition of African, Arab, Asian, European and Latino Immigrants of IL (CAAAELII)

(Chicago, Illinois)

Colorado

CURE

(Denver, Colorado)

Council on American-Islamic Relations

San Francisco Bay Area Office

(Santa Clara,California)

EPOCA

(Worcester, Massachusetts)

Faith Action Network

(Seattle, Washington)

First Friends of NJ & NY Corp.

(Elizabeth, New Jersey)

Florida Immigration Coalition

(Florida)

Franciscan Sisters

(Chicago, Illinois)

Georgia Detention Watch

(Atlanta, Georgia)

Georgia Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

(Atlanta, Georgia)

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

(Atlanta, Georgia)

Georgia Rural Urban Summit

(Decatur, Georgia)

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

(Chicago, Illinois)

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

(St. Paul, Minnesota)

Indian People’ s Action

(Butte, Montana)

IRATE & First Friends

(Elizabeth, New Jersey)

Kids for College

(Sodus, New York)

La Fuente, a Tri-State Worker and Education Fund

(New York, New York)

La Union del Pueblo Entero

(San Juan, Texas)

Legal Aid Justice Center

Immigrant Advocacy Program

(Charlottesville, Virginia)

Inmigrantes sin Fronteras

(Phoenix, Arizona)

Institute for Peace and Justice

(St. Louis, Missouri)

Interfaith Coalition on Immigration (ICOM, MN)

(New Brighton, Minnesota)

Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action

(Boston, Massachusetts)

Jewish Community Action

(St. Paul, Minnesota)

Junta for Progressive Action

(New Haven, Connecticut)

La Comunidad, Inc.

(Everett, Massachusetts)

La Union

(Brooklyn, New York)

Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center

(El Paso, Texas)

Latino Community Service, Inc.

(Hartford, Connecticut)

Latinos for Community Transformation

(Seattle, Washington)

Lawrence Action Network for Diversity

LAND

(Lawrence, Kansas)

Leonzal Enterprises

(Puyallup, Washington)

Long Island Immigrant Students Advocates

(Huntington, New York)

Lowcountry Immigration Coalition

(Bluffton, South Carolina)

LULAC

Syracuse Chapter

(Syracuse, New York)

Lutheran Peace Group

(Jemez Springs, New Mexico)

Marin Grassroots

(San Rafael, California)

The Meadowlark Center

(Newton, Kansas)

Migrant Support Services of Wayne Co. NY

(Sodus, New York)

MinKwon Center for Community Action

(Flushing, New York)

Muslim Consultative Network (MCN)

(New York, New York)

Nacoochee Presbyterian Church

(Sautee, Georgia)

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

DC Chapter (NAPAWF-DC)

(Washington, DC)

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

New York Legal Assistance Group

(New York, New York)

North Bay Organizing Project

(Graton, California)

Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation

(New York, New York)

Nowia Unite

(Medford, Oregon)

OFA

(Madison, Wisconsin)

Ometeotl Ministries

(Wichita, Kansas)

Oregon New Sanctuary Movement

(Portland, Oregon)

Peace & Justice Committee of the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood

(Ridgewood, New Jersey)

Providence Youth Student Movement

(Providence, Rhode Island)

Reformed Church of Highland Park

(Highland Park, New Jersey)

Refugee Women’s Network

(Decatur, Georgia)

Refugio del Rio Grande

(San Benito, Texas)

The Restoratio at Casa Mariposa,

(Tucson, Arizona)

Rights for All People

(Aurora, Colorado)

R.I.H.D., Inc.

(Richmond, Virginia)

Saint Gabriel Peace and Justice

(San Francisco, California)

Saint Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America on Latin America (IFCLA)

(St. Louis,Missouri)

Saint Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church

(Staten Island, New York)

San Francisco Department on the Status of Women

(San Francisco, California)

Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network

(San Jose, California)

Silicon Valley Alliance for Immigration Reform

(San Jose, California)

Sisters and Brothers of Immigrants

(Chicago, Illinois)

Sisters and Brothers of Immigrants Advocacy Committee

(Chicago, Illinois)

Social Responsibilities Council, Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, NJ

(Ridgewood, New Jersey)

Stop the Checkpoints

(Port Angeles, Washington)

Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition

(Ithaca, New York)

The Trauma Healing Project

(Eugene, Oregon)

United With Migrants

(Littleton, Colorado)

WARE

(Sodus, New York)

Washington New Sanctuary Movement

(Seattle, Washington)

Wayne Action for Racial Equality

(Sodus, New York)

White Center

CDA

(Seattle, Washington)

Wilco Justice Alliance

(Williamson County, Texas)

Women Take Back the Night

(Phoenix, Arizona)

Worcester Immigrant Coalition

(Worcester, Massachusetts)

International Organizations

American Friends Service Committee

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Centro Ricerca sull’utopia

(Lecce, Italy)

First Peoples Human Rights Coalition

(New York, New York)

Kino Border Initiative (Nogales, Arizona)Seminario Permanente de Estudios Chicanos y de Fronteras

(Mexico City, Mexico)

Law Firms, Businesses, Etc.

Beryl Farris LLC Immigration Law

(Tucker, Georgia)

Boakye-Danquah

(Atlanta, Georgia)

CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm

(Delafield, Wisconsin)

Corso, Kennedy, & Campbell, LLP

(Gainesville, Georgia)

Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc. (

Apopka, Florida

)JEGLAW LTD

(Las Vegas, Nevada)

MEYERS & STANLEY

(Immokalee, Florida)

New Directions Consulting

(Seattle, Washington)

Program on Human Rights in the Global Economy

(Boston, Massachusetts)

Savannah Latina

(Savannah, Georgia)

Spriggs Law Firm

(Tallahassee, Florida)

Taylor Lee & Associates

(Norcross, Georgia)

Individuals

Sister Carol Boschert

(O’Fallon, Missouri)

Vic Burton

(Kansas City, Missouri)

Ansley Evans

(Atlanta, Georgia)

Dr. Salvador Gonzalez

(Chicago, Illinois)

Rev. John Guttermann, Covenant Minister, United Church of Christ in New Brighton, MN

(New Brighton, Minnesota)

Hadar Harris

(Washington, DC)

Peilun Lee

(Columbus, Ohio)

Art Montgomery, OFS

(Wauwatosa, Wisconsin)

John Moon

(Cartersville, Georgia)

Deborah Weissman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

(Chapel Hill, North Carolina)*

Source:  https://www.scribd.com/document/133612588/Social-Justice-Immigration-Reform-Enforcement-Priorities

Essential Worker Immigration Coalition Buddies

  • Action Visa Assistance
  • American Health Care Association
  • American Horse Council
  • American Nursery & Landscape Association
  • American Staffing Association
  • American Trucking Associations
  • California Landscape Contractors Association
  • California Professional Association of Specialty Contractors
  • Federation of Employers & Workers of America
  • Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
  • National Club Association
  • National Electrical Contractors Association
  • National Multi Housing Council
  • Professional Landcare Network
  • Retail Industry Leaders Association
  • Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
  • Society of American Florists
  • The Tree Care Industry Association
  • United Fresh Produce Association
  • Independent Electrical Contractors
  • National Council of Chain Restaurants
  • American Hotel & Lodging Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • American Meat Institute
  • Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Associated General Contractors of America
  • Greenberg Traurig LLP
  • ImmigrationWorks USA
  • International Franchise Association
  • National Apartment Association
  • National Association of Home Builders
  • National Association of Manufacturers
  • National Retail Federation
  • National Roofing Contractors Association
  • Small Business Workforce Alliance
  • Outdoor Amusement Business Association
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://ewic.org/about-ewic/

Yet More Supporters of Amnesty

Agricultural Coalition for Immigration Reform (ACIR—employers)
“AICR urges your support of [AgJobs]…To meet the existing shortage of legal workers, and avoid the immediate need for a large number of guest workers, workers who can prove that they are experienced agricultural workers can earn the opportunity to obtain legal status…”

The Agricultural Coalition for Immigration Reform, made up of farming groups, paid Washington lobbyists $180,000 last year to work on the [AgJobs amnesty] issue, public records show. Sacramento Bee, Dec. 17, 2003

American Health Care Association (AHCA—business)
“Our laws, therefore, should allow willing workers to enter our country and fill jobs for which U.S. citizens cannot be found.” Charles H. Roadman II, President and CEO of AHCA, press release, Feb. 12, 2004.

American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA—business)
“[AHLA]…seeks to reform the U.S. immigration system. Its primary mission [EWIC’s] is to allow employers facing shortages of semi-skilled and unskilled (“essential worker”) labor to hire workers from abroad. More…

American Nursery & Landscape Association (ANLA—business)
“The second and equally critical provision in [the AgJobs bill] is the ‘earned status adjustment’ program. This program is a logical and constructive approach to the reality of a largely undocumented workforce.”

Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC—employers)
“EWIC (co-chaired by IFA Vice President, Government Relations John Gay) has two main goals: to reform the immigration system to allow employers to bring in foreign workers when no American workers can be found and to create a mechanism for many of the millions of undocumented workers in our industries to be able to earn legal status.” More…

International Franchise Association (IFA—business)
“…businesses have found that employees they thought were authorized to work were in fact undocumented. This has caused significant disruptions for some employers as they have lost key employees or entire shifts of workers due to a government audit or raid.” (see EWIC) More…

National Association of Manufacturers (NAM—business)
“The United States should not place artificial quotas or restrictions on employers’ ability to hire or move people as needed.” Immigration Issue Brief, Jan. 200.

National Council of Chain Restaurants (NCCR—business)
“This is a positive development for the industry. I hear all the time from my members that the biggest problem they face is not being able to find enough workers, and this would certainly be a help.” —NCCR Director of Government Relations Scott Vinson, responding to President Bush’s support for a limited amnesty for Mexicans living and working in the U.S., in Nation’s Restaurant News, August 13, 2001.

National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (NCFC—employers)
Created by ANLA to work for AgJobs.

National Restaurant Association (NRA—business)
“As the nation’s largest private-sector employer and largest employer of immigrants, currently 1.4 million, we believe that our nation’s immigration policy should not only secure our borders, but also match willing employers with willing employees.” Lee Culpepper, senior vice president of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Press Release October 23, 2002

Society of American Florists (SAF—employers)
“As a member of the Society of American Florists, I strongly support [AgJobs amnesty] because it will provide a stable and legal workforce, increase border security, and treat workers fairly. More…

“This legislation (AgJobs amnesty) really needs to pass this year.” Lin Schmale, SAF senior director of Government Relations in Greenhouse Product News.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce (business)
“We need a system of ‘earned targeted adjustment’ for undocumented workers that fill vital roles in our economy, which would enable them to achieve legal status. We also need to expand permanent and temporary visas for workers to enter the United States legally to meet future workforce requirements.” Randel Johnson, Chamber vice president for labor, immigration and employee benefits. Jan 7, 2004

Labor Organizations

American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO—labor)
“The [SOLVE Act amnesty] bill includes reforms we in the union movement believe are absolutely necessary to address what is now an unworkable system.” AFL-CIO President John Sweeney, press conference May 4, 2004. More…

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME—labor)
“RESOLVED: That there be legalization of the undocumented workers who are working hard, paying taxes and contributing to their communities and the nation.” Resolution No: 98, 35th Int. Convention, June 2002,

Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC—Latino labor)
“We have successfully campaigned for Toledo to make the Mexican matricula consular , an official ID for the city.” More…

Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union (HERE—labor)
“UNITE and HERE have collaborated most recently in the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride…” Press release, February 26, 2004. See UNITE. HERE and UNITE to merge in July 2004 to form UNITE HERE.

Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA—labor)
“The Laborers’ International Union of North America applauds the comprehensive immigration reform bill…”, Statement of Terence M. O’Sullivan General President LIUNA On the [SOLVE Act amnesty bill]. May 5, 2004

Service Employees International Union (SEIU—labor)
“SEIU was a driving force behind the AFL-CIO’s decision to support legalization for hard-working, tax-paying immigrants. SEIU represents more immigrant workers than any other union, and has been a leading voice for immigration reform that rewards work and improves conditions for all working people.” More…

Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE!—labor)
See HERE. HERE and UNITE to merge in July 2004 to form UNITE HERE.

United Farm Workers (UFW—labor)
“United Farm Workers President Arturo Rodriguez will join other national leaders of labor, ethnic and immigrant rights groups in…urging President Bush and Republican leaders in Congress to match their rhetoric favoring Latino immigrants with action on two popular bipartisan immigration reform bills: AgJobs and the DREAM Act.” Press Release July 16, 2004

United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW—labor)
“The position of the UFCW is simple and direct: we don’t care about green cards, we care about union cards. We care about union contracts that guarantee dignity at work and a decent standard of living at home—regardless of race, gender, nationality or immigration status.” International Secretary-Treasurer Joe Hansen, June 10, 2000

Ethnic Organizations

American Jewish Committee (AJC—Jewish religious)
“The AJC has reaffirmed its support for the principle of earned legalization for immigrants who have been residing in the U.S. unlawfully for a substantial period of time.” Press release, Dec. 8, 2003

Arab American Institute (AAI—Arab ethnic advocacy)
AAI President Dr. James Zogby

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA—Asian ethnic advocacy)
“Hard work should be rewarded. Immigrants, like other hard working American families, should have fair and equal access to opportunities, and be allowed to go as far as their talents will take them.” Comment by APALA executive director, Gloria T. Caoile, on “Freedom Ride” for amnesty. More…

Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC—Asian legal assistance)

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC—religious, legal aid)

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN—Salvadoran ethnic, Los Angeles)
“[CARECEN]…educates the federal state and local public officials in addition to the community in general about the immigration needs of the Central American refugee community. The program also advocates for fair humanitarian immigration laws.”

Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas (CATA—migrant farmworkers—Latino ethnic)
(CATA) is the non-profit arm of the Uni€n de los Trabajadores Agr€colas y de Hongo (UTAH).

Farmworker Justice Fund (Latino, civil liberties)

Hispanic Alliance for Progress (HAP—Latino ethnic)

The Latino Coalition (Latino ethnic)
“[The Bush immigration proposal] is a comprehensive and effective approach to address our immigration crisis,” said TLC President Robert Deposada…The President’s proposal offers workers already in this country without proper documentation the ability to legalize their status.” Press Release, Jan. 7, 2004.

Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP)

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC—Latino ethnic)
“LULAC supports the regularization of undocumented workers in the United States by periodically updating the Date of Registry, the reinstatement of Section 245(i) to allow immigrants to remain with their families while their applications are processed, along with the restoration of Food Stamps for legal immigrants.” Adopted by the LULAC National Assembly on June 21, 2003.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF—Latino ethnic)
“MALDEF has continually advocated for an ‘earned legalization.’ Immigrants who demonstrate that they pay taxes, have a job, and pass a security test should be able to qualify for legal status.” Katherine Culliton, legislative staff attorney, press release May 4, 2004

National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium (NAPALC—Asian ethnic)
“We look forward to working with members of congress from both parties and the Administration to enact the SOLVE Act [amnesty] into law.” Karen Narasaki, Pres. NAPALC, press release, May 4, 2004.

National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials (NALEO—Latino advocacy)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR—Latino ethnic)
“…NCLR feels that this bill [(SOLVE) Act of 2004] offers the best approach to immigration reform, providing a balanced and moderate approach to immigration reform. It… makes legality the norm by bringing hardworking immigrants out of the shadows and allowing them to earn their legal status, and by creating the necessary legal channels for needed workers to enter the U.S. in the future.” Raul Yzaguirre, NCLR President and CEO, press release May 4, 2004

National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NFFAA—Filipino ethnic)

National Korean American Service & Educational Consortium (NKASEC—Korean ethnic)

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA—Chinese ethnic)
“In February, OCA passed a resolution in support of comprehensive immigration reform that included significantly reducing the backlog of family-based immigration, creating a path for legalization of undocumented immigrants, and creating additional programs for individuals to enter legally into the United States to work temporarily or permanently.” Press Release, May 20, 2004

Religious Organizations

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC—Quaker religious)
“[AFSC’s] Project Voice combines local and national organizing, education, and outreach campaigns to achieve a strategic impact on key immigration and refugee issues, including legalization….

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS—Lutheran religious)
“We look forward to working with Congress and the White House to craft an immigration system that unites families, ensures worker rights and human rights, allows immigrant workers to live freely and openly in our society, and gives those willing to contribute to our economy and society a true path toward citizenship in the United States.” Statement by LIRS President Ralston H. Deffenbaugh Jr. on the SOLVE amnesty bill, press release May 4, 2004.

National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (NICWJ)
“The struggle for acceptance and justice endured by past immigrants continues today with some 8.5 million immigrants deprived of the right to apply for citizenship. Often separated from their families and victimized by unscrupulous employers, America’s newest class of immigrants is suffering.” Kim Bobo, NICWJ executive director, press release August 27, 2003.

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB—Catholic religious)
“We urge our federal policymakers to revise our nation’s immigration laws and policies in a manner which includes the following elements: legalization for the maximum number of persons in an undocumented or irregular legal status;…enforcement policies;…revision of the 1996 immigration laws;… repeal of mandatory detention of immigrants;…and a religious worker visa program which is permanently authorized…” (Resolution, November 16, 2000)

Civil Liberties and Other Organizations

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA—immigrant advocacy)
“Why we need [SOLVE Act amnesty]: Legalizing undocumented workers is good for America.” Posted on AILA InfoNet at Doc. No. 04050467 (May 4, 2004).”

Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship at New School University

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA )
“CHIRLA works with day laborers to create safe and organized environments for seeking work…. Its goal is to gain a broad legalization program for the six million undocumented workers and their families residing in USA.”

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR—immigrant services)
“Legalization will unleash the economic potential of Illinois’ immigrant communities….” ICIRR Executive Director, Joshua Hoyt, Crains Chicago Business, May 10, 2004

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR)

Migration Policy Institute/NYU Law School Muzaffar Chishti, Director

National Employment Law Project (NELP—labor, civil liberties)
“NELP’s newly-expanded guide provides step- by-step directions for drafting state and local day labor legislation…” “[Agenda] should include legalization for workers currently present in the U.S., wage and labor protections for new and established workers, family reunification provisions, as well as a path to citizenship for immigrants here and those to be admitted.” More…

National Immigration Forum (NIF—open borders)
“Immigration reform would address a range of workforce realities—legalizing a workforce that is here to stay anyway, providing more legal visas for workers to come in the future, and providing for the temporary employment of foreign workers who help American employers in sectors of the economy that provide seasonal jobs.”

National Immigration Law Center (NILC—defense of illegal aliens)
“…NILC facilitates the development of a shared national policy agenda and strengthens the advocacy presence of immigrant rights organizations at the federal level.” More…

National Network on Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR—refugees, civil liberties)
“We need a comprehensive program that allows undocumented immigrants from all nationalities and living in the U.S. to obtain legal permanent residency.” More…

Services, Immigrant Rights Network, and Education (SIREN)
San Jose CA immigrant rights activists.

Source:  http://www.fairus.org/issue/organizations-supporting-amnesty-for-illegal-aliens

More pro-Amnesty snakes

Nelson R. Braddy Jr., King of Texas Roofing Company LP

— Stephen P. Joyce, Choice Hotels International — Andrew F. Puzder, CKE Restaurants Holdings Inc. — Garen Cox, Medicalodges Inc. — Muhtar Kent, The Coca-Cola Co. — John Rowe, Exelon — Don Feltman, Artis Senior Living — Dave MacLennan, Cargill — Donnie Smith, Tyson Foods — Don Thompson, McDonald’s Corp.

Paul Whetsell, Loews Hotels & Resorts

Source:  http://www.rollcall.com/218/immigration-mcdonalds-coke-tyson-ceos-urge-action/
Chet Culver, Former Governor, Iowa
Richard M. Daley, Former Mayor, City of Chicago
Joe Loughrey, Former President and COO, Cummins Inc.
Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute; former Commissioner, US Immigration and
Naturalization Service (INS)
Clare Muñana, President, Ancora Associates, Inc.
Mike Rounds, Former Governor, South Dakota
John W. Rowe, Chairman Emeritus, Exelon Corporation
Samuel C. Scott III, Former CEO, Corn Products International, Inc.; Chairman, Chicago Sister Cities
International Program
Carole Segal, Cofounder, Crate & Barrel

Ismael Ahmed, Associate Provost, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Lizabeth Ardisana, CEO, ASG Renaissance
Dave Bender, Executive Director, ACEC-Illinois
Allert Brown-Gort, Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame
Ellen Carmell, Director, Bridging America Project, American Jewish Committee
Frank L. Douglas, President and CEO, Austen BioInnovation Institute
Jim Edgar, Former Governor, Illinois
Ricardo ‘Ric’ Estrada, President and CEO, Metropolitan Family Services
José C. Feliciano, Partner, Baker & Hostetler; Chairman, Hispanic Roundtable
Katherine Fennelly, Professor of Public Affairs, Humphrey School, University of Minnesota
Mike Fernandez, Corporate Vice President, Cargill, Inc.
Enrique E. Figueroa, PhD, Associate Professor and Director, Roberto Hernandez Center, University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Paul H. Fitzgerald, Story County Iowa Sheriff; Former President, National Sheriffs Association
Tim Flakoll, State Senator, North Dakota
Bob Fox, Founder and CEO, Newspace Inc.; Founder and Board Chair, Casa de Salud
Suresh V. Garimella, Associate Vice President for Engagement, Purdue University
Mark Gerstle, Vice President, Cummins Inc.

Susan Gzesh, Senior Lecturer and Executive Director, Human Rights Program, The University of Chicago
Lisa Sharon Harper, Director of Mobilizing, Sojourners
Larry Hartwig, Mayor, Village of Addison, Illinois; Chairman, Board of Directors, Metropolitan
Mayors Caucus
Lester Heitke, Former Mayor, Willmar, Minnesota
Bob Holden, Former Governor, Missouri
Reverend Dennis H. Holtschneider, CM, President, DePaul University
Joshua Hoyt, Chief Strategy Executive, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Kareem M. Irfan, Esq., President, Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
Gopal Khanna, Senior Fellow, Technological Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota
Biju Kulathakal, Chairman and CEO, Trading Block
Ngoan Le, Vice President, Program, The Chicago Community Trust
Joseph LeValley, Senior Vice President, Planning and Advocacy, Mercy Medical Center
Jamie Merisotis, President and CEO, Lumina Foundation
Darryl D. Morin, President and CEO, Advanced Wireless, Inc.
Don Morton, Site Leader, Microsoft Campus in Fargo
Maria Nevai, Manager, Global Michigan Initiative
Juan A. Ochoa, President and CEO, Miramar International Group
Jeanette Hernandez Prenger, Founder and CEO, ECCO Select
Sylvia Puente, Executive Director, Latino Policy Forum
John Rosenow, CEO and Co-Owner, Rosenholm-Wolfe Dairy and Cowsmo Inc.
Elena Segura, Director, Office for Immigrant Affairs, Archdiocese of Chicago
Alejandro Silva, Chairman and CEO, Evans Food Group
Steve Tobocman, Director, Global Detroit
Sandra Vargas, President and CEO, The Minneapolis Foundation
David Vásquez-Levy, Campus Pastor, Luther College
Baldemar Velasquez, President, Farm Labor Organizing Committee
Reverend Norman G. Wilson, Coordinator, Intercultural Studies Department, Indiana Wesleyan University,
The Wesleyan Church

Tamar Jacoby, President and CEO, ImmigrationWorks USA

Source:  http://www.thechicagocouncil.org/sites/default/files/2013_ImmigrationTaskForce_Final.pdf

  • Michael V. Reilly, Executive Director, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
  • Walter R. Bumphus, President and CEO, American Association of Community Colleges
  • Muriel A. Howard, President, American Association of State Colleges and Universities
  • Molly Corbett Broad, President, American Council on Education
  • Hunter R. Rawlings III, President, Association of American Universities
  • Rev. Michael J. Sheeran, SJ, President, Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
  • Peter McPherson, President, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
  • Andy Brantley, President and Chief Executive Officer, College and University Professional Association for Human Resources
  • Bill Robinson, Interim President, Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
  • Debra W. Stewart, President, Council of Graduate Schools
  • Antonio R. Flores, President and CEO, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
  • Marlene M. Johnson, Executive Director & CEO, NAFSA: Association of International Educators
  • David L. Warren, President, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
  • John Walda, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Association of College and University Business Officers
  • Justin Draeger, President and CEO, National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

Source:  http://www.acenet.edu/news-room/Pages/Letter-to-the-House-on-Immigration-Reform.aspx

Leith Anderson
President, National Association of Evangelicals

Stephan Bauman
President and CEO, World Relief

David Beckmann
President, Bread for the World

Noel Castellanos
CEO, Christian Community Development Association

Robert Gittelson
President, Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Richard Land
President, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention

Samuel Rodriguez
President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

Gabriel Salguero
President, National Latino Evangelical Coalition

Richard Stearns
President, World Vision United States

Jim Wallis
President and CEO, Sojourners

Source:  http://nae.net/open-letter-on-immigration-reform/

· Jonathan Johnson – Executive Vice Chairman, Overstock.com;

· Clark Ivory – President & CEO, Ivory Homes;

· A. Scott Anderson – President & CEO, Zion’s Bank;

· Scott Parson – President & CEO, Staker Parson Companies;

· Alex Dunn – President, Vivint Inc.;

· Ray Pickup – President & CEO, Workers Compensation Fund

· Stan Lockhart – Former Chairman, Utah Republican Party;

· David Layton – President & CEO, Layton Construction; and

· Val Hale – President & CEO, Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Source:  http://www.renewoureconomy.org/news/utah-republican-donors-sign-letter-to-congress-urging-passing-of-immigration-reform/

Stuart Appelbaum, President, Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU, UFCW)
Candace K. Beinecke, Chair, First Eagle Fund & Chair, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Philippe P. Dauman, President and CEO, Viacom Inc.
Laurence D. Fink, Chairman & CEO, BlackRock, Inc.
Alan H. Fishman, Chairman, Ladder Capital Finance LLC
George Gresham, President, 1199SEIU
George Miranda, President, Teamster Joint Council 16
Michael Mulgrew, President, United Federation of Teachers
Harry Nespoli, Chairman, Municipal Labor Committee; President, Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association
Steven Roth, Chairman, Vornado Realty Trust
Kevin Ryan, Chairman & Founder, Gilt Groupe
Jerry I. Speyer, Chairman & Co-CEO, Tishman Speyer
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and CEO, Boston Properties

Source:  http://www.workingimmigrants.com/2013/11/business_and_labor_leaders_sen.html

Evangelical Immigration Table: “After thousands of hours of work, reaching millions of evangelical Christians across our nation, the evidence proves America is ready for commonsense immigration reform… With all due respect, it is time to decide. We believe these next weeks are crucial in ensuring legislation comes to the floor.… The status quo is untenable. Congressional inaction is hurting our families, farms, businesses, churches and national security. The moral case for reform is clear and compelling.” [Letter, 6/12/14]

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration: “Catholic bishops returned to Capitol Hill on Thursday (May 29) with a renewed push for immigration reform, as Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski called the failure to address immigration reform ‘a stain on the soul of our nation’… The bishops’ push was accompanied by a separate open letter to House Speaker John Boehner, a Catholic, signed by 30 Catholic leaders, including the Rev. Larry Snyder, CEO of Catholic Charities USA, and the Rev. Thomas H. Smolich, who oversees Jesuit priests in the U.S. ‘Legislative obstruction in the face of preventable suffering and death is not only a failure of leadership. It is immoral and shameful,’ the letter said.” [Washington Post, 5/29/14]

National Association of Evangelicals: “Last June the Senate passed an immigration reform bill on a bipartisan, 68-32 vote. In the House of Representatives, the Judiciary Committee has passed five immigration bills, with several others still in development, each addressing a particular aspect of immigration reform. These need to be brought to the House floor for debate and passage.” [Newsletter, Spring 2014]

Southern Baptist Convention: “Republicans in the House of Representatives—sensing the political winds at their backs heading into the midterm election and distrustful of President Obama’s willingness to enforce the law—have opted to do nothing about immigration. Their strategy is shortsighted. Reform will require moral courage and leadership, but it is necessary… The current system is inadequate for the country’s needs, and it is inequitable as well… The message is clear: Reform is the right thing to do for our economy and needed for a safe and secure border. It is also the smart thing to do for our future and the moral thing to do for the soul of our nation.” [Wall Street Journal, 3/30/14]

National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference: “This weekend, Hispanic evangelical pastors will preach a ‘call to action,’ asking churchgoers to call members of Congress to demand passage of a broad immigration bill. The program is being organized by the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, which encouraged its 34,200 member churches, representing 16 million members, to participate.” [Wall Street Journal, 2/26/14]

National Latino Evangelical Coalition: “The tone in the churches and pews is lament and sadness that political expediency has trumped moral urgency. So too are evangelical leaders all over the country — Hispanic and non-Hispanic, megachurch pastors and denominational executives — stunned and saddened by the possibility that the House will not move on immigration reform in 2014…We have prayed, fasted and advocated for reform for well over a decade. The notion that it is not a ‘good time’ politically does not make sense to us, nor does the idea that the problem is distrust for the Obama administration — which has the highest successful enforcement rate in 20 years.” [Huffington Post, 2/19/14]

American Jewish Committee: “Comprehensive immigration reform offers our country a tremendous opportunity to act in accord with its highest values, ensuring fairness and humanity while also being mindful of our nation’ security and economic interests.” [Letter, 11/15/13]

Mennonite Central Committee: “We see firsthand the results of a broken immigration system and the urgent need for reform…The current U.S. immigration system, which relies on harsh enforcement measures and a bureaucratic morass, is ineffective, unjust, and causes needless suffering.” [Letter, 11/7/14]

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee System: “I call on you to work with your colleagues in the House of Representatives to pass compassionate and just immigration reform… The time is now for the House to enact fair and humane immigration laws that work for migrants, refugees, and America.” [Letter, 11/5/13]

The Leadership Conference of Women Religious: “The Leadership Conference of Women Religious is determined to end the suffering and injustice of our present immigration system and calls on Congress to pass bipartisan immigration reform legislation that is fair and just… We believe the House of Representatives must act. Now is the time to fix our country’s broken immigration system. Our immigrant brothers and sisters cannot wait any longer. We will not wait.” [Letter, 10/30/13]

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): “As a pastoral leader, I [Reverend Gardye Parsons] am currently aware of the suffering created by our broken immigration laws… Now is the time for reform. Not a redoubling of enforcement measures or a broader surge that militarized border communities, but just a comprehensive reform that honors our past as nation of immigrants and ensures that we will continue to be a country helped up as the measures of freedom and opportunity. I urge you to remember your immigration story and to work across party lines to solve this challenge facing our country.” [Letter, 10/24/13]

Source:  https://www.democraticwhip.gov/content/faith-based-organizations-support-comprehensive-immigration-reform

Luis G. Arredondo, Church Leader, New Life Community Church
Fr. Larry Dowling, Pastor, St. Agatha; Priests for Justice for Immigrants
Guy Medaglia, President/CEO, St. Anthony Hospital
Rabbi Michael Zedek, Senior Rabbi, Emanuel Congregation; Chicago Board of Rabbis
Mike Rolfes, Executive Director, Renew Chicago
Rev. Larry Greenfield, Executive Minister, American Baptist Churches
Mohammed Kaiseruddin, Chairman, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
Lawrence Benito, Executive Director/CEO, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Rev. Victoria Curtiss, Associate Pastor for Mission, Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
Dr. John Fuder, Director Justice/Compassion, Resource Global
E. Garnet Fay, Clerk, Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Rev. Stanley Davis, Co-Executive Director, Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
Elena Segura, Director, Office of Immigrant Affairs, Archdiocese of Chicago
Rev. Thomas Joyce, CMF Bishop
Bishop Wayne Miller, Metro Chicago Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Shaun N. Herholz, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
James Sifuentes, VP Mission & Community Development at Saint Anthony Hospital
Amy Stoken, AJC Chicago Director

Source:  http://www.juf.org/pdf/ealert/immigration_reform.pdf

Jim Amos, Chairman, Tasti D-Lite, Roger Baumgart, CEO, Home Instead Senior Care, Melanie Bergeron, Chair of the Board, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, Stephen J. Caldeira, President & CEO, International Franchise Association, Emma Dickison, President, Home Helpers, Tariq Farid, CEO, Edible Arrangements International, Don Fox, CEO, Firehouse Subs, Scott Frith, CEO, Lawn Doctor, Julio Fuentes, President, Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Irene Caicedo Gonzalez, President, North Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Dina Dwyer-Owens, Chairwoman & CEO, The Dwyer Group, Andrew F. Puzder, President & CEO, CKE Restaurants, Jeffrey P. Stratton, President,, McDonald’s USA, LLC, Shelly Sun, CEO & Co-founder, BrightStar Care, Mary Kennedy Thompson, President, Mr. Rooter Corporation, Steve Wiborg, President, Burger King Corporation

Source:  http://www.franchise.org/franchise-leaders-urge-senate-to-act-on-immigration-reform

Church Groups Supporting Amnesty

(Note, many of these may be repeats, but I thought they needed a separate category of their own.)

LDS Church

Source:  http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865601049/LDS-Church-reaffirms-stance-on-immigration.html?pg=all

Southern Baptist Convention

Source:  http://www.sbc.net/resolutions/1213

United Methodist Church

Source:  http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe/call-for-comprehensive-immigration-reform

Catholic Church

Source:  http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/immigration/churchteachingonimmigrationreform.cfm

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