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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Three key questions in the GOP's quest for a presidential nominee

    Officially, not a single candidate is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. But more than a dozen ambitious Republicans are holding serious conversations with their nearest and dearest: their families, their pollsters and their...
  • Grayson, Platt in sharp contrast in congressional race

    Grayson, Platt in sharp contrast in congressional race
    High-energy, brash and unapologetic liberal icon U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson and his challenger, soft-spoken, conservative, behind-the-scenes Republican activist Carol Platt offer voters in congressional District 9 a clear contrast of policies and...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Republican Georgia's Senate race becomes nail-biter

    Michelle Nunn, the Democratic Senate candidate, stated her case cogently in Columbus, Ga., last week: If elected, she vowed to "change Washington in a collaborative way." Her Republican opponent, businessman David Perdue, also is running as the "change"...
  • The meaning of U.S. citizenship

    The meaning of U.S. citizenship
    In recent years, the concept of U.S. citizenship has figured in public debate largely in connection with immigration reform. Should immigrants who are in the country illegally be given a “path to citizenship”? Should children born to parents...
  • Paying liberty forward: Thinkers and writers can transcend millenniums

     Paying liberty forward: Thinkers and writers can transcend millenniums
    I sometimes fear I am coming of age in a dying republic. Everywhere I turn the foundational values of America — open discourse, constitutional integrity, restricted government — seem to be eroding. Elite universities have become repressively...
  • From California's Central Valley to, perhaps, 'Madam ambassador'

    WASHINGTON Lifelong high achiever Maria Echaveste, a farmworker's kid shaped by California's San Joaquin Valley, has been nominated for her biggest job yet, U.S. ambassador to Mexico. If confirmed by the Senate, Echaveste, 60, would be the first woman to...
  • California congressional races heat up as parties look ahead to 2016

    California congressional races heat up as parties look ahead to 2016
    Both major political parties and groups of their deep-pocketed supporters are playing big in the handful of fiercely fought congressional races in California this year. With Republicans widely expected to keep — even add to — their House...
  • Sen. Graham floats 2016 bid, dismisses Rubio as 'afraid of the right'

    WASHINGTON Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., says fellow Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is "not quite ready" to become president of the United States, but Graham hinted that he himself might be. In an interview with the conservative Weekly Standard, Graham in...
  • With border more secure than ever, time to pass immigration reform

    For the past 10 years, Congress has tried to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill to bring sense to U.S. immigration laws. And for 10 years, Congress has failed. During those years, one of the biggest obstacles to passing a law has been the...
  • Illegal-immigration fears energize Republican voter base

    URBANDALE, Iowa To Vinita Smith, the most important issue in this year's congressional elections is simple: The government needs to protect Americans. Securing the nation's borders is crucial to that mission, said the retiree from Panora, Iowa, and so...
  • Voters not sold on tax money for Obama library

    Voters not sold on tax money for Obama library
    A majority of Illinois voters continue to give home-state President Barack Obama positive marks for his job performance, but that doesn't mean they want their tax dollars used to help bring his library to Chicago, a new Tribune poll shows. The survey...