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Obama Can Win a Huge Victory in the Fight on His Immigration Executive Orders... But Only If He Does It Right
President Obama is soon to issue executive orders on immigration. To score a huge victory in the inevitable political battle, however, he has to orchestrate it for maximum impact.
On the issue of deportation, Gutierrez criticized Obama's administration. He expressed support for the president and his
Evangelical Immigration Table, a coalition of evangelical Christian leaders, launched its biggest ad buy yet Tuesday in support of comprehensive immigration reform, spending $400,000 on radio ads airing in 56 congressional districts represented by Republicans.
WASHINGTON -- Evangelical Immigration Table, a coalition of evangelical Christian leaders, launched its biggest ad buy yet
But other conservatives point to reports like American Action Network's analysis that reform would lead to broad economic
By Thomas Ferraro * Foe calls effort 'act of desperation' McCain and others initially predicted that if the Senate passed
Most Americans approve of the components of the Senate's immigration bill currently stalled in the House, according to a
Seven members of the group that crafted the Senate immigration bill were present: Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Chuck Schumer
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama insisted on Tuesday that a month-long delay on immigration work during the August recess
WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives must act on immigration reform passed by the Senate, Majority Leader Harry Reid
Speaker John Boehner and other leaders said the House would take a step-by-step approach to rewriting the nation's immigration
It seems like something less than "sweeping reform" is afoot, unless we are merely once again referring to sweeping the undocumented under the proverbial rug?
Asked whether the GOP would suffer if immigration legislation died, Bush said the reason to pass it isn't to bolster the
Whatever price these tech companies pay in administrative fees due to immigrant applications will be dwarfed by their savings
Over a century ago as part of a revolt against the tyrannical Speaker of the House "Uncle" Jo Cannon, the first "discharge petition" procedures were adopted. This measure that weakened the power of the speaker might, ironically, now bolster the flagging authority of Speaker Boehner. How so?
But Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), who sits on the House Judiciary's Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement, laughed
That was when Obama issued a directive stopping deportations of such people, or Dreamers as they are known after the Dream