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  • Obama's plan of action on immigration may derail Republican agenda

    Rising Republican hostility toward President Obama's impending immigration plan is as intense as has ever existed between the White House and the GOP. House Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio says the president's executive action — expected to be...
  • Obama Immigration Reforms An Incomplete Victory Say Connecticut Activists, U.S. Representatives

    Obama Immigration Reforms An Incomplete Victory Say Connecticut Activists, U.S. Representatives
    Connecticut immigration activists like Lucas Codognolla believe President Obama’s plan to push ahead with reforms on his own is a “monumental win for the immigrant rights movement,” but one that remains incomplete. “Obviously, it...
  • Obama's immigration orders aims to bring undocumented out of shadows

    Obama's immigration orders aims to bring undocumented out of shadows
    The immigration reform plan that President Barack Obama plans to outline on Thursday will shift enforcement focus to deporting undocumented immigrants deemed risks to national security or public safety, but will aim to protect families, the White House...
  • President Obama's address to the nation on immigration

    This is the text, provided by the White House, of the president's remarks Thursday, making his case for immigration reforms. My fellow Americans, tonight, I’d like to talk with you about immigration. For more than 200 years, our tradition of...
  • Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants

    Obama's immigration plan offends legal immigrants
    On March 17, 2014, in response to my letter addressed to the White House about my immigration case, President Barack Obama wrote back in an email message: "America's immigration system is badly broken, and I know many people are hurting because of it."...
  • Obama prepares to act on immigration

    Obama prepares to act on immigration
    Thousands of immigrants in Maryland who are living in the country illegally could be shielded from deportation under an executive order President Barack Obama is set to unveil Thursday, an effort that has drawn sharp condemnation from congressional...
  • Obama to act on immigration; how will Congress respond?

    Obama to act on immigration; how will Congress respond?
    President Barack Obama spent years pushing back against demands that he take immigration matters into his own hands. As recently as September 2013 — more than a year after he unilaterally suspended the deportations of young immigrants brought to...
  • President Obama says he'll announce immigration reform plan Thursday

    President Obama says he'll announce immigration reform plan Thursday
    President Obama appeared to be zeroing in Wednesday on a set of immigration policy changes that could protect 2.5 million to 4.9 million people from deportation, as he prepared to address the nation Thursday night to make his case for reform. The...
  • Plants, fireworks, schedule: Letters

    Plants, fireworks, schedule: Letters
    Right plants, right place Regarding the article "Legal fights drag on over Florida-friendly landscapes" in Sunday's Sentinel: With growth predicted to double Central Florida's population in the next two decades, it's immensely important that we...
  • Boehner must understand amnesty's in national interest

    Oh, please. All the melodramatic Republican outrage isn't fooling anybody. The only reason President Obama has to act on immigration reform is that House Speaker John Boehner won't. I repeat: That's the only reason. The issue could have been settled a...
  • Illegal immigration declines in West, rises in East, report says

    Illegal immigration declines in West, rises in East, report says
    A new report shows that in recent years, six Western states -- Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon -- saw declines in “unauthorized immigrants” entering the country illegally. Seven states -- five of them in the East...