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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Obama won't act on immigration before election, White House says

    Obama won't act on immigration before election, White House says
    Amid pressure from Democrats worried about political backlash, President Obama will delay his promised executive actions to overhaul the immigration system until later this year, the White House said Saturday. The decision is a clear reversal from...
  • Congress, vacation's over

    Congress, vacation's over
    For many of us, September brings renewed optimism and a return to productivity. What does it mean in Washington? Through a summer of political and global crises, we've looked for congressional action and presidential involvement — and looked and...
  • We could solve our immigration problem if President Obama would just work with Congress [Letter]

    We could solve our immigration problem if President Obama would just work with Congress [Letter]
    If President Barack Obama would seriously engage Congress on immigration reform — like rolling his sleeves up and working more than an hour on the issue instead of continually bashing the GOP — I think an agreement could be reached ("The...
  • Immigrants, rideshare, and tolerance: Letters

    Immigrants, rideshare, and tolerance: Letters
    Treat immigrants humanely I applaud Eli Garcia for her courage to be an example of and advocate for immigration reform ("Immigrants get boost from local college," Orlando Sentinel, Tuesday). I am a sociology professor at Valencia College, and I try to...
  • Patricia Elizee: Don't forget Haitians in immigration reform

    It is time for the Obama administration to grant Haitian Family Reunification Parole before more immigrants die. Last week alone, 19 immigrants from Haiti came ashore in Hillsboro Beach. Of those 19, one young woman died and another was taken to North...
  • Marco Rubio strikes a chord on D.C.'s football controversy

    I can't say I agree with everything that comes out of the mouth of Florida's junior senator. Marco Rubio and I have our differences, whether it's on his "turn-tail" support of immigration reform or his silly notion that human activity isn't a major factor...
  • Obama's craven delay on immigration [Editorial]

    Obama's craven delay on immigration  [Editorial]
    Want to know what average Americans think of a president who makes decisions based on politics and not what he actually believes in? President Barack Obama should rent a copy of "The American President" with friends and listen to the cheers when President...
  • 'Armed patriots': the private citizens out to secure the U.S. border

    BROWNSVILLE Texas (Reuters) - With binoculars in hand, an assault rifle slung over his chest and a Glock pistol on his hip, a man named Will scans the banks of the Rio Grande looking for anyone trying to cross from Mexico into Texas. Will is a member...
  • Jay Ambrose: A delay does not a hero make

    President Barack Obama wanted to try out another experiment in unilateral government, was persuaded it would hurt Democrats in the coming election, and backed up. The trick he had in mind finding ways to make some illegal immigrants legal without the...
  • The immigration reform mirage

    The following editorial appeared in the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday, Sept. 9: It seems there's always a perfectly good reason not to fix our broken immigration system. Another election that may be swung if voters are motivated by whatever action is...
  • Republicans gaining traction in push to turn Silicon Valley red

    When overworked Silicon Valley innovators retreated to the Nevada desert a week ago for the annual Burning Man festival, some met an unexpected reveler. There, among the drug-infused performance art, stood a buttoned-down policy wonk from Washington...