Coalition for the Future American Worker

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Following President Bush's announcement of his immigration reform plan (which includes more Border Patrol agents, added technology such as drone planes, more detention facilities, and a "temporary worker program"), the Coalition for the Future American Worker (CFAW) launched an ad campaign calling for a harsher approach. The CFAW ads "feature U.S. workers who attribute wage depression and job displacement in their communities to the influx of illegal immigrants," challenging Bush's "contention that foreign workers are only taking jobs Americans won't do." CFAW members include the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), Information Technology Professionals Association of America, and American Engineering Association. [1]

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  1. Contact Us. Coalition for the Future American Worker. Retrieved on 2010-01-28. “Media and other inquiries: Brantley Davis 202 775 8181 General Comments: 202 332 1026”
  2. WHOIS domain registration information from. Network Solutions. Retrieved on 2010-01-28. “Domain Name:AMERICANWORKER.ORG Created On:18-Apr-2001 15:15:29 UTC Last Updated On:27-Mar-2008 15:57:56 UTC Expiration Date:18-Apr-2010 15:15:29 UTC ...Registrant Organization:Federation for American Immigration Reform Registrant Street1:1666 Connecticut Ave. NW #400...[Washington DC] Registrant Phone:+1.2023287004”
  3. Davis & Company - Marketing Advertising Public Relations - Contact Us. Davis and Company. Retrieved on 2010-01-28. “Brantley Davis Executive Vice President 1220 19th Street Suite 210 Washington, D.C. 20036 P: (202) 775-8181”

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