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On Tuesday, Walker argued to Fox News that he wasn't actually flip-flopping, because his past statements in support of citizenship
"We have the potential to move into next year, I think, with the commitment to do something," he told reporters. "We're going
WASHINGTON -- The House Appropriations Committee confirmed Thursday what some people are already figuring out: Republicans
There is still some time to go before the Republican primary commences, but it already appears that the first domino in this
"I think the president choosing to do a lot of things unilaterally on immigration would be a big mistake," McConnell said
Other members who voiced support for legal status for Dreamers -- if not going as far as working on their own legislation
“I think we have sort of an irresolvable conflict here,” McConnell told reporters on Capitol Hill. “The Senate insists on
National Republican leaders acknowledge the demographic threat to the party and tout an immigration overhaul as the first
Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) holds House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) responsible
Is common sense breaking out on Capitol Hill? That might be too much to ask for. But at least the GOP leadership seems to be taking a hard look at political reality. Here are four big reasons why an immigration overhaul is likely to happen by the end of the year.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) challenged House Republicans to take the legislation on its merits rather than blocking it simply
Cathie Adams, Former Texas GOP Chair: Immigration Reform Will Lead To Mark Of The Beast, 'End Times'
Cathie Adams served as chair of the Texas Republican Party for the larger part of a year between 2009 and 2010. Now she's
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WASHINGTON -- Rep. Raúl Labrador (R-Idaho) went after the media on Wednesday for its coverage of remarks by Rep. Steve King
Earlier this week, tea party activists and GOP lawmakers gathered near the Capitol to rail against an immigration reform bill passed by the Senate…and things got awkward.
While the event was linked to a number of controversial figures, including an organizer who has argued for eugenics and called
Bachmann then continued to describe a fantasy world in which Obama's magical powers would allow Democrats to enact changes
Conservative critics of comprehensive immigration reform have remained skeptical of polls that show Republican support, arguing
Some 53 percent of respondents said immigration reform is the top issue facing Congress and the president, making it the