texas immigration

"We are responsible in voicing those who cannot speak for themselves in the moment."
Norma Herrera, who was once undocumented herself, tells Texas lawmakers to abandon an immigration crackdown backed by the state's Republican legislators.
Norma Herrera, who was once undocumented herself, tells Texas lawmakers to abandon an immigration crackdown backed by the state's Republican legislators.
But "grave concerns regarding the treatment of citizen children born to immigrant parents" mean the case must move forward.
Abbott, a Republican who takes office next month, met Obama last week shortly after he filed a lawsuit on behalf of states
Republicans dominate politics in Texas, a state with a $1.4 trillion yearly economy, and the party's candidates are the favorites
While Texas may do economic growth -- like Frito pie -- bigger than the rest of the country, it can't grow the country's economy on its own.
“That’s much better policy than what we have right now, where we have undocumented workers that are driving without a license
Immigration reform is the right thing to do, the fiscally responsible thing to do, and the humanitarian thing to do. Based on the role that immigrants have played in the history of our country, it is also the American thing to do.
In an Oct. 25 interview with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, Perry said, "I agree with you that I used the wrong word there." In
"We didn't have any other options from my perspective," he said. "One of the two. We chose the latter." "I've got a strong
He stood by his criticism of Bernanke in the CNBC interview Thursday, saying "The statement towards Chairman Bernanke needs
WATCH Rick Perry's comments about immigration at last week's GOP primary debate: However, in the interview with Newsmax, Perry
"Mexicans come over to shop on this side," explained Pia M. Orrenius, an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Rick Perry, the governor of Texas and candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, has taken a hard line on immigration
Arizona's law, which has drawn a strong challenge from the Obama administration, would require law enforcement officials
All across Texas young people share similar views: they'd make illegal immigration harder and legal immigration easier. "There are plenty of jobs here, especially the kind that immigrants take."