The answer to President Obama’s failure to enforce immigration laws is to take away his unilateral control and start sharing enforcement power with state and local authorities, the chairman of the House Committee on the Judiciary says.
Despite vocal public concern expressed by immigration reform advocates across the country, the Republican-run House of Representatives Budget Committee has chosen to vote against a comprehensive immigration reform bill 21 to 15. Led by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., the majority of the … Continue reading
President Obama is meeting with Latino lawmakers about immigration reform. In an attempt to pacify immigration advocates, the President held a meeting of prominent Latino legislators at the White House. Democrat lawmakers such as Representative Luis Gutierrez, D-IL, Representative Ruben … Continue reading
GOP Rep. Paul Ryan, by all indications, really does want to see immigration reform happen. Perhaps he sees it as crucial to repairing the party’s Latino problem before the 2016 presidential race (which he may or may not enter). Or perhaps his … Continue reading
South Carolina officials have acknowledged that several parts of the state’s immigration law went too far in an attempt to crack down on undocumented immigrants. It should be clear that, for both legal and practical reasons, the state now should … Continue reading
This debate over immigration has degenerated into a tiresome slander fest.
WASHINGTON – When President Barack Obama arrives at the trilateral North American Leaders’ Summit in Mexico today, the main topic on the agenda is North American competitiveness. But a domestic issue that resonates with the U.S.’ neighbor to the south … Continue reading
Under current immigration laws, many parents with U.S.-born children have been separated from their children
2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who called for a vague “self-deportation” policy for those in the country illegally during the Republican primary campaign, said Friday that illegal immigrants should be offered an eventual path to citizenship, once again entering … Continue reading
RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe promised fiscal discipline but also a continued push for Medicaid expansion in a speech that capped his first full business day on the job Monday, seeking to strike a bipartisan tone in a divided Capitol.