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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Immigration standoff

    Immigration standoff
    There is something truly unsavory about targeting for deportation immigrant children — particularly those known by the shorthand of "dreamers" who were brought to this country at a young age by their parents — but that was the priority of...
  • FACT CHECK: National security won't be shattered if Homeland Security budget is shut off

    Spending for the Department of Homeland Security hangs in the balance as Congress fights over immigration matters in the agency's annual funding bill. Without action by Feb. 27, the department's budget will shut off. To hear Democrats and many...
  • Immigration reprieve would apply to 55,000 in Maryland

    Immigration reprieve would apply to 55,000 in Maryland
    In less than four months, President Barack Obama is due to roll out one of the most ambitious and controversial programs of his presidency: an effort to grant a reprieve from deportation for millions of adult immigrants living in the country illegally....
  • Cuban Adjustment Act reform planned

    South Florida's Cuban-American House members say they expect Congress to take up legislation to tighten an immigration law that gives Cubans unique rights to enter the U.S. without permission and quickly become permanent residents. The Cuban Adjustment...
  • Nation's dirty little secret -- Puerto Rico -- longs for its star

    Nation's dirty little secret -- Puerto Rico  -- longs for its star
    It was a warm July 2012 day in Washington, D.C. The location was the Eisenhower Executive Office Building next to the White House. Vice President Joe Biden concluded a speech to White House interns regarding civil rights and his involvement in the...
  • Duckworth says she's considering Senate bid against Kirk

    Duckworth says she's considering Senate bid against Kirk
    Rep. Tammy Duckworth ended a political guessing game Monday by making it official that she is exploring a challenge to Sen. Mark Kirk in 2016. Duckworth, a Democrat from Hoffman Estates, told the Tribune she is considering a bid against the Highland...
  • Half-solutions to the immigration problem

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Thursday, Feb. 5: To hear hard-liners tell it, this nation's immigration problem boils down to one issue: border security. Fix it, and everything else will fall into place. In reality, if...
  • Democrats like Bob Casey cast fire companies as potential victims of stalled Homeland Security bill

    Democrats like Bob Casey cast fire companies as potential victims of stalled Homeland Security bill
    Congressional Republicans have sought to put the president's immigration policies at the forefront of the debate over a Homeland Security bill, and now Democrats are aiming to shift the rhetorical battle to your local firehouse. If the bill isn't passed...
  • Republicans challenging Obama on immigration fail in third try

    WASHINGTON Senate Republicans failed for the third time to advance a bill reversing President Barack Obama's immigration orders as they try to wear down Democratic lawmakers who are unified against it. The 52-47 vote on Thursday, with 60 required to...
  • Now is too soon for Rubio to run for president

    Now is too soon for  Rubio to run for president
    There is a time and a place for politicians to seek higher office. And 2016 is not the time for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to seek the Republican nomination for president of the United States. It would be better for him if he seeks a second term as a...
  • Martin Schram: GOP Congress starts with old politics, not new governance

    After three months of post-election victory parades and promises that we'll soon see the all-new Good Governance Grand Old Party, this was the week the Republican Party finally delivered. Faster than you could say "Ta-daaa!," the drum rolls suddenly...