Both the White House and aides to House Speaker John Boehner are working Friday to knock down a report that the Republican leader has privately promised to pass immigration reform this year.
Earlier this week in Ohio House Speaker Boehner stated, that the biggest impediment we have in moving immigration reform is the American people don’t trust the president to enforce or implement the law. Boehner has been more determined to move … Continue reading
In the middle of an election year, the immigration reform is an ongoing subject that threatens to divide the Republican Party. Some 22 Republicans from the Senate sent a letter to President Obama, accusing his administration of “an astonishing disregard … Continue reading
Speaker of the House John Boehner, speaking to a group of donors at a Republican Party fundraiser last month, pledged that the House would pass several immigration bills this summer. Several attendees at the fundraiser told the Wall Street Journal’s … Continue reading
For Jeb Bush, the immigration debate has left him caught between love and hate. The former Florida governor and possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate recently said that, for those illegal immigrants who come to the United States to feed their … Continue reading
Democrats Wednesday used a meeting intended to advance House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan’s spending blueprint to force Republicans into a symbolic vote on immigration reform.
Republicans need to move “beyond deportation” in order to make inroads with Latino voters and focus on issues such as the economy and jobs, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Tuesday.
According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), which is a nonpartisan organization, the plan presented by House Democrats for immigration reform can potentially reduce the U.S. budget deficit by $900 billion by 2034.
The cell block intercom awoke Josue Noe Sandoval-Perez at 1 o’clock on a frigid January morning at a detention center in northwest Missouri: Get your things, get ready to go. Immigration officials were preparing to whisk him away.
The main speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference almost entirely ignored immigration. Even Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who co-authored the Senate immigration bill, dodged the issue. The one major exception was Donald Trump, who denounced Rubio for wanting to … Continue reading