I find it very interesting that the major negotiating over immigration reform seems be coming down to Labor and Biz. Despite all the rhetoric over the issue the last few years being largely focused on border security and the burden on government services, and fairness and families, when you get right down to it...it has been largely the economics that have driven this issue. Why has this part of the public debate remained largely in the shadows? Big business gains by having immigrants and big labor loses (at least it does for its members). So why haven't the news shows been debating these aspects of "Comprehensive" immigration reform?