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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Another GOP failure on immigration

    The following editorial appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Monday, Aug. 4: Immigration continues to be a major problem at the nation's borders as children find their way to northern Mexico to escape violence in Central America. But even...
  • Ways to get D.C. working again

    While we endure endless speculation about who will run for president in 2016, an important question is being left unaddressed: How will the ultimate winner be able to take any useful action? In answering, let's make two stipulations. One, the national...
  • Young immigrants confront Rep. King at GOP event; Sen. Paul slips away

    The video¬†— showing young immigrants confronting Republican Rep. Steve King while GOP Sen. Rand Paul slips away — offers a rare glimpse into the deep personal divisions and political sensitivities that have paralyzed the nation's immigration...
  • Thank God that Barack Obama is the president

    When I wake up every morning, I thank God that Barack Obama is the president of the United States. Can you imagine if we had a president with an itchy finger who would send U.S. ground troops into Syria, Iran and return hundreds of thousands of troops...
  • Gutierrez is Texas-bound to see how immigrant minors are being treated

     Gutierrez is Texas-bound to see how immigrant minors are being treated
    U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois will be among 12 members of Congress to visit a section of the U.S. border Thursday and Friday where tens of thousands of children have crossed into the country, his office announced Wednesday. Gutierrez, a Democrat,...
  • Gridlock's other component: The House GOP's enduring civil war

    Gridlock's other component: The House GOP's enduring civil war
    The emergency immigration bill House Speaker John A. Boehner initially proposed last week was never going to become law — and he knew it. President Obama had already promised a veto, so the bill was mostly a political message, designed to show...
  • Mr. Obama, it's time for you to get presidential

    Democratic lawmakers left for their summer recess this weekend worried about the midterm elections and despondent over President Barack Obama. Congressional Republicans were torn asunder by internecine warfare, but there also was palpable anxiety among...
  • Republicans out of touch with our needs [Letter]

    House Speaker John Boehner stated that House Republicans are working for the American people. This is a strange statement since the House Republicans have passed almost nothing that remotely reflects the interests of the public. What House Republicans...
  • Rep. Cantor to resign from House seat in August

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — After a stunning primary election loss, former Majority Leader Eric Cantor said Friday that he will resign his seat in the House months earlier than expected. The congressman will step down Aug. 18 and has asked Virginia Gov....
  • Aug. 3 Letters: Rep. Scot Rigell, Israel support

    Time management Rep.Scott Rigell — my congressman— found the time, on July 29, to vote to sue the president for signing an executive order that was within the legal rights of his office. Rep.Rigell is getting paid to represent the citizens of...
  • Q&A: Interview with U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch

     Q&A: Interview with U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch
    First elected to a partial term in 2010, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch is seeking a third full term representing northwest Broward and southwest Palm Beach counties. ¬† He’ll be on the Aug. 26 primary ballot, facing fellow Democrat Emmanuel Morel, a retired...
  • Nothing stops vacation [Editorial]

    Thursday, and again today mark a couple of those rare occasions when our do-nothing, partisan, ineffective congressional representatives put aside their differences in unanimous agreement to accomplish a task of national importance: The beginning of their...