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Top Five Immigration Stories from 2013

Top Five Immigration Stories from 2013

From the beginning, it was clear that 2013 was going to be a big year for immigration. The results of the 2012 Presidential Election were widely interpreted as a rebuke to Mitt Romney’s enforcement-only “self-deportation” policy, and President Obama’s huge victory among minority communities was seen as a mandate for reform. It seemed, at the [...]

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Bipartisan Signals Show Lawmakers Are Seizing The Opportunity On Immigration Reform

Written by on February 14, 2013 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Bipartisan Signals Show Lawmakers Are Seizing The Opportunity On Immigration Reform

After more than a decade of being overshadowed by other events and political causes, there is a distinct opportunity now for Congress to reform our nation’s immigration laws.  Voters signaled in the 2012 federal elections that they were tired of enforcement-only immigration policies, record-setting deportations, and the senseless pain they caused by separating families. Now, [...]

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