WASHINGTON — At a recent White House meeting with immigration activists, President Obama told the group his hands were tied. Even if he wanted to halt the deportations of millions of illegal immigrants, the president told the group, he could … Continue reading
“My hands are tied.” Those are words that Howard Dean Bailey never wants to hear again. The last time he heard them: an immigration judge was ordering him out of the country. In June 2012, just days shy of his … Continue reading
The Louisiana Supreme Court has struck down a state law that made it a crime for people who aren’t U.S. citizens to drive here without carrying proof of their immigration status.
WASHINGTON — “The social sharing of a small amount of marijuana” by immigrants lawfully in the United States does not require their automatic deportation, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.
Stephen Sandstrom, the man who sponsored, rallied and pushed for an enforcement-only immigration law when he was in the Utah Legislature and once drew inspiration from Arizona immigration hardliner Russell Pearce said Wednesday he hopes a federal judge tosses out … Continue reading