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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • GOP at an anxious crossroads: Who are the Republicans of the future?

    GOP at an anxious crossroads: Who are the Republicans of the future?
    Democrats have their problems: a lame-duck president whose popularity has slumped,  just about zero chance of winning back the House, and a better-than-fair shot at losing the Senate as well. But Republicans were facing multiple sources of tension, in...
  • As Republicans seek growth, a difficult fork in the road ahead

    Democrats have their problems: A lame duck president whose popularity has slumped,  just about zero chance of winning back the House, and a better-than-fair shot at losing the Senate as well. But Republicans were facing multiple sources of tension, in...
  • In tight Senate races, immigration could still be a priority issue

    In tight Senate races, immigration could still be a priority issue
    When the U.S. Senate race in Arkansas heated up this summer, Mark Pryor found himself under attack from his opponent with a nasty — and inaccurate — ad claiming that the Democrat had supported giving Social Security benefits to people who...
  • Congress heads home to face voters with little to brag about

    WASHINGTON Congress heads home this weekend leaving a slew of unfinished business waiting until after the November elections for a lame-duck session and doing little to improve this Congress' reputation as one of the least productive ever. If lawmakers...
  • Speak Out

    Bigots I agree wholeheartedly with the well-articulated "racist statements" in response to the bigoted remarks in "WELFARE." Sadly, "Speak Out" all too often chooses submissions that showcase the narrow-minded haters and bigots among us. Much of what I...
  • Voters not sold on tax money for Obama library

    Voters not sold on tax money for Obama library
    A majority of Illinois voters continue to give home-state President Barack Obama positive marks for his job performance, but that doesn't mean they want their tax dollars used to help bring his library to Chicago, a new Tribune poll shows. The survey...
  • The Republican Brand's recovery tour � sort of

    There was a time, a little less than a year ago, when Democrats salivated at the thought of running against the GOP brand and demonizing Republican candidates by attacking them and their party for "shutting down the government." But the Republican...
  • Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally

    Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally
    Though deeply concerned about the effects of illegal immigration on California, state voters broadly support a path to legalization for the nation's 12 million unauthorized residents, according to a new poll. Across major demographic and partisan...
  • In a world full of persecution, how many people can the U.S. protect?

    In a world full of persecution, how many people can the U.S. protect?
    There is no question that Aminta Cifuentes' marriage was not just bad but a threat to her life. Her husband beat her regularly. He burned her breast with caustic paint thinner. He raped her. When police were called, the officers refused to intervene;...
  • Obama's immigration strategy backfired: Their Take

    Obama's immigration strategy backfired: Their Take
    Immigration fumble We've seen many political figures contort their words and parse their actions. Comes with the territory. So we're not 100 percent shocked by President Barack Obama's decision to delay taking executive action on immigration. Not...
  • Why Obama's immigration delay is neither surprising nor smart

    President Barack Obama's recent announcement that he is delaying taking executive action on immigration shouldn't come as a surprise. "Wait and see" has been the message the administration and the Democratic Party have given immigration advocates,...
  • 'Armed patriots': the private citizens out to secure the U.S. border

    BROWNSVILLE Texas (Reuters) - With binoculars in hand, an assault rifle slung over his chest and a Glock pistol on his hip, a man named Will scans the banks of the Rio Grande looking for anyone trying to cross from Mexico into Texas. Will is a member...