Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said he was not seeking changes to Georgia’s HB87 anti-illegal immigration law despite its negative consequences (which were largely unintended), such as agricultural workers shortages.
This is not a surprise considering the governor's history in signing anti-immigrant laws in Congress. He indicated he wanted to spend more time assessing how it is working. What this really means is that he does not really care about the economic impact and the labor shortages as long as they can say he was a supporter of the law.
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