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State of the Union Speech Highlights President Trump’s Vision for Massive Reductions in Immigration

State of the Union Speech Highlights President Trump’s Vision for Massive Reductions in Immigration

President Trump gave his first State of the Union address to Congress this week, during which he shared his vision for America’s future immigration policy—and it’s bleak. The address echoed much of the White House’s restrictive immigration framework released last week, which envisions a path to citizenship for the 1.8 million immigrants eligible for the […]

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Should English-Speaking America Care about Immigration Reform?

Written by on January 21, 2015 in Reform with 4 Comments
Should English-Speaking America Care about Immigration Reform?

President Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union speech this week, which was followed up by two GOP rebuttals, one in English, the other in Spanish. Comparing all three speeches is a lesson in the parties’ contrasting views on immigration reform and who they believe truly has a stake in the fight. First, the […]

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SOTU Shows Parties Moving Closer on Immigration Reform

Written by on January 29, 2014 in Economics, Elections, Legislation, Reform with 3 Comments
SOTU Shows Parties Moving Closer on Immigration Reform

During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, President Obama made it clear that improved immigration policies go hand-in-hand with the economic recovery, and nudged the House of Representatives to make the next move on immigration reform.

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