Peter Tully opined in his letter that Arizona agriculture greatly needed immigration reform to thrive (“Agriculture does need immigration reform to thrive, AFN, May 18).
If the borders were more tightly controlled, then a good majority of residents would support immigration on a more orderly basis. However, Congress double crossed us. In the 1990s, Part A of their proposal was to tighten the borders. Part B was then to allow more illegals.
What’s happened to our chagrin is that Part B’s been fulfilled without Part A.
Sandy Jane Wong, MPA