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- Wall Street Journal – Immigration Bill is Tougher on Crossings
- Politico – Sierra Club backs immigration reform
- ABC News – Schumer and Mccain See Huge Majority for Immigration Bill
- CBS News: Sen. Leahy: Don’t “exploit” Boston to “derail” immigration
- Talking Points Memo: Former Republican Cabinet Secretary Dismantles ‘Dangerous’ Right-Wing Immigration Talking Point
Monthly Archives: January 2013
The path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who benefit from an immigration law is an essential principle for comprehensive reform. Not giving them a clear, concrete opportunity to become citizens is an insult to our history and a betrayal of … Continue reading
Mexico is becoming the latest darling of international investors, emerging from the shadow of Brazil, whose economy has lost its luster. Mexico’s economy expanded almost 4 per cent last year, about double the average annual growth rate this century.
Officials in the West Wing are convinced that the politics of the immigration issue have firmly shifted in their direction. That belief is fueling the president’s push for quick action and broad changes that go beyond what Republicans are signaling … Continue reading
President Barack Obama endorsed a framework for immigration reform Tuesday that largely mirrored one unveiled a day earlier by a bipartisan group of senators — with a few important differences.
Legislators have failed to pass a sweeping immigration overhaul for more than five years. But there’s one piece of the 2007 immigration reform bill that they’ve managed to accomplish: pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into border security. Under the … Continue reading
Seizing an opening to rewrite the nation’s immigration laws, President Obama challenged Congress on Tuesday to act swiftly to put 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States on a clear path to citizenship. But his push for speedy … Continue reading
As a group of senators unveil their bipartisan proposal for immigration reform today and President Obama heads west this week to rally support for his own ideas, a separate bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives is on … Continue reading
Whether the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. someday qualify for citizenship could depend on how lawmakers define “secure borders.” A bipartisan Senate proposal would hold off on setting a path toward citizenship until the government can certify … Continue reading
President Barack Obama rolls into Las Vegas on Tuesday, ready to double down on immigration reform. After failing to press the issue during his first four years in office, he has made it a top legislative priority of his second … Continue reading
Republican and Democratic lawmakers were cautiously optimistic Sunday that a long-sought overhaul of the nation’s immigration system that includes a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the country will clear Congress this year, the result … Continue reading