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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Looking at prospects for 2016 presidential race through Lichtman's 'Keys'

    Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb's decision to become the first of an expected dozen or more candidates forming presidential exploratory committees provides a good excuse to start considering 2016.
  • As GOP considers immigration strategy, hopes for appropriations omnibus dwindle

    WASHINGTON Between the timing of President Barack Obama's immigration actions and House Republicans still undecided about how to respond, the door is quickly closing for the full-year, government-wide omnibus that appropriators are hoping to move by mid-...

    Rekha Basu: Executive orders a courageous way to protect people's rights

    Presidential executive orders are hardly the way to change laws and build consensus, or goodwill, with the legislative branch or allow states a say in policy through their elected leaders. They're unilateral directives to federal agencies to enforce...

    Obama casts himself as a dictator with immigration action

    Obama casts himself as a dictator with immigration action
    On Thursday President Barack Obama granted amnesty to 5 million illegal aliens even though he declared it is not amnesty ("Obama makes his case for immigration action," Nov. 21). He has lost credibility with all the lies he has said in the past six...

    Obama does the right thing with immigration action

    Obama does the right thing with immigration action
    Years from now when one looks back at President Obama's Executive Action on immigration reform, we might conclude it was the right thing to do. Don't tell that to Republicans in Congress. The problem is immigration issues are never easy to explain....