Eddie Aldrete

International Bank of Commerce

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Senior Vice President at the International Bank of Commerce and member of the Board of Directors of the the National Immigration Forum; former chairman of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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The  Senate's version of immigration reform  would create the most militarized border "since the fall of the Berlin Wall," according to Senator John McCain.

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