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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Mayor Garcetti can't get enough D.C.; Gov. Brown has had his fill

    Mayor Garcetti can't get enough D.C.; Gov. Brown has had his fill
    Many Californians may be happy to never set foot in Washington, with its humid weather, over-abundance of careerists and lack of decent produce, but one of the state’s biggest enthusiasts can’t stay away. Mayor Eric Garcetti parachuted...
  • 11th District House race pits Senger against Foster

    11th District House race pits Senger against Foster
    Republicans are looking to win back a suburban congressional seat next month in a race that features two experienced politicians from Naperville. Republican state Rep. Darlene Senger is challenging Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster in the 11th...
  • Delayed administrative immigration reform has real-life consequences

    President Obama's broken promise of enacting administrative immigration reform by the end of the summer will undoubtedly have dire consequences for countless families in this country. Contrary to the administration's assertion that they have targeted...
  • Democratic candidates seek gains from Republicans' tarnished business image

    Democratic candidates seek gains from Republicans' tarnished business image
    Rep. Scott Peters of San Diego had a major disadvantage in seeking the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for November's midterm election: He's a Democrat. The views of the nation's largest business group are closely aligned with the Republican...
  • John Larson Deserves A Ninth Term

    John Larson Deserves A Ninth Term
    U.S. Rep. John B. Larson, the Democrat representing the state's 1st Congressional District, is seeking his ninth term in Congress, a career point when some members begin to lose their enthusiasm and rely on their seniority. Mr. Larson hasn't succumbed...
  • Thoughtful, Moderate Himes Is Pick In 4th District

    Thoughtful, Moderate Himes Is Pick In 4th District
    When he first ran for the 4th Congressional District seat in 2008, The Courant believed Rep. Jim Himes' background in international banking would serve the country well. It has. Mr. Himes helped draft the Dodd-Frank bill and other legislation to...
  • Mayor Garcetti is becoming a regular in Washington

    Mayor Garcetti is becoming a regular in Washington
    Many Californians may be happy never to set foot in Washington, with its humid weather and lack of fresh produce. But one of the state's most high-profile residents can't seem to stay away. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti parachuted into town this week for the...
  • L.A. County supervisorial race a money battle between labor, business

    L.A. County supervisorial race a money battle between labor, business
    The pivotal race to replace retiring Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky has become a money battle between labor unions and business interests, with fundraising approaching $8.4 million. Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver have directly collected a...
  • A D.C. cure: Take the hard votes

    A D.C. cure: Take the hard votes
    “What day is it?” “It's today,” squeaked Piglet. “My favorite day,” said Pooh. As a proud member of the “don't just do something, sit there” school of politics, I don't fret much about partisanship and...
  • In Wisconsin campaign, Obama is asked to preach only to the choir

    In Wisconsin campaign, Obama is asked to preach only to the choir
    If there is a place in America where President Obama can guarantee a warm welcome, it should be this city's North Division High School, a polling place for a largely African American precinct. In the last two presidential elections, Obama's two GOP...
  • How Harry Reid doomed Democratic senators

    How Harry Reid doomed Democratic senators
    "What day is it?" "It's today," squeaked Piglet. "My favorite day," said Pooh. As a proud member of the "don't just do something, sit there" school of politics, I don't fret much about partisanship and gridlock. Partisanship and gridlock aren't bugs...