senate immigration reform

"We will stand with you as you take bold and meaningful action, consistent with existing law and historical precedent, to
"I'm not going to prejudge what gets to my desk," Obama told CNN host Jake Tapper. "I think the principle that we don't want
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
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart is one of a few Republicans in the House who has been outspoken in his support for a pathway to citizenship
The House, though, is less interested. A number of Republicans, including Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va
WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives must act on immigration reform passed by the Senate, Majority Leader Harry Reid
Penned back in April, Cassidy's letter was addressed to Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and complained that the Senate bill
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?
WASHINGTON -- The final version of the Senate immigration bill that passed last week would decrease the undocumented population
Many Republicans, including Sen. John McCain of Arizona, see that supporting an immigration reform bill could help their
Although the House Judiciary Committee has considered multiple bills, none of them deal with the undocumented population
The final Senate vote on the immigration bill has just been cast. This is a historic moment for the United States, but there remain serious problems with this flawed bill as it stands today.
Now the bill will proceed to the House of Representatives, where another fight to keep the bill from sliding too far right will begin again.
The Senate overwhelmingly passed its version of a comprehensive immigration reform bill on Thursday, getting 68 votes in
Regardless of the bill's political future, its passage was a significant moment for the immigrant activists that crowded
As the spotlight shifts to the House of Representatives, there will be intensive debate that could profoundly reshape the bill and destroy its promise. Here are three elements of the Senate bill that we believe will determine whether immigration reform works for the U.S. economy.