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No one has the right to make any of us feel afraid because of the incitement of hate and acts of terror. The overwhelming majority of people only want to live in peace. We do not want our children and grandchildren to live in fear.
Misleading Rhetoric From Republican Candidates and Congressional Leaders Distracts From Real Immigration Solution
Leading up to the debate, we've heard much rhetoric from Republican presidential hopefuls that feeds into negative, untrue stereotypes of undocumented individuals.
"All this bill is saying is that the available pool [for recruiting] may also be Dreamers," Gallego told reporters at a press
For those Republicans, to even consider allowing Dreamers to enlist would be tantamount to an endorsement of Deferred Action
"Today, while the entire country is looking for solutions to our broken immigration system -- which must include a path to
The Republicans -- Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn and Reps. Bob Goodlatte (Va.) and Lamar Smith (Texas) -- along with
Read the full letter below: Homeland Security Funding Letter Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson had addressed the mayors
The House Homeland Security Committee held a markup of McCaul's bill on Wednesday afternoon, and it will reportedly go up
Once they return to Washington, the next step on DHS funding will be a Senate vote on the measure passed by the House, Majority
"There is no divide on the Democratic caucus on this issue," he said at a press conference. "We're going to stand with the