According to San Diego 6, the four Republican members of the San Diego City Council unveiled a proposed resolution Monday to support bipartisan U.S. Senate legislative efforts on immigration reform.

The proposed resolution supports tying a “reasonable and practical” pathway to citizenship with successfully securing the nation’s borders. It also demands “aggressive accountability” for companies that knowingly hire unauthorized workers and employment verification.

Council Member Mark Kersey said “Immigration has a direct and tangible impact on the San Diego-Tijuana border. Decisions on reform may be made in Washington, D.C., but the impact of those decisions will be felt locally, which is why the City Council must outline a position on reform.”