"We need a guest-worker program, badly, to eliminate all these illegal people who are coming in here," Krieble says.
Krieble opts to import laborers from Mexico -- legally. The process is a bureaucratic headache that eats up dollars and time, both for Krieble's staff and the state and federal government officials charged with monitoring the program. And at any point along the way, a prospective worker could fall through the cracks for something as simple as folding a form wrong. But right now, Krieble says, she has no choice if she wants to do things the right way.
Posted on Thu, November 9, 2006
by Denver Westword