Gang of Eight

The "blue card" proposal would give undocumented farmworkers a path to a legal status. Republicans aren't jumping on board.
Republicans have now, by my count, missed two rather large opportunities to improve their general standing with Latino voters. Donald Trump's speech Wednesday (unless it is further postponed or even cancelled outright, of course) might just become the third big missed opportunity.
A good way to understand (or get further confused) about Rep. Mike Coffman's illusive position on immigration is to compare it to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's. And reporters should consider using this comparison to help explain Coffman's (non)position to voters.
Rep. Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) told Ingraham earlier in October that he thinks "it would be crazy for Republicans to pass immigration
Garcia added in a statement, "I am excited to have my colleague, Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen, sign onto H.R. 15. I am pleased
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) does not think the bill he helped draft and pass through the Senate should be combined with House-passed legislation, spokesman Alex Conant told TPM and Politico in stories published on Monday.
Rubio has been backing away from the bill, which he drafted with the so-called "gang of eight," since its passage in June
The email seems to imply that other undocumented immigrants are, at least metaphorically, in a similar position of trying
In Mexico, there is a bit of doggerel called Herod's Law, referring to situations in which one is either screwed or f...ried.
The House, though, is less interested. A number of Republicans, including Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va
The event's panel included representatives from the business, union and religious sectors, each of whom stressed how immigration
And, as we saw in the CBO projections, enhancing border security is expected to make a difference in the flow of immigrants
By Thomas Ferraro * Foe calls effort 'act of desperation' McCain and others initially predicted that if the Senate passed
Seven members of the group that crafted the Senate immigration bill were present: Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Chuck Schumer
To listen to Republicans and Republican-watchers talk about immigration, one would think the debate is about balancing Latinos and whites in a zero sum game of electoral politics. There is nothing in the polling to back this up.
The back and forth continued with Burton claiming Republicans are blocking immigration reform. Labrador blamed Democrats
It's also true that two things have become clear over the last month or so. First, there is significant opposition to a path
WASHINGTON -- The final version of the Senate immigration bill that passed last week would decrease the undocumented population
Although the House Judiciary Committee has considered multiple bills, none of them deal with the undocumented population
"Aye," Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) said during the roll call vote before quickly correcting himself. "I'm sorry. I meant 'No