If you have read Marco Rubio's An American Son, you will know that the Florida senator is nothing if not tenacious.
Whose interests are immigration laws supposed to serve -- and whose interests do current immigration reform proposals actually serve?
Marco Rubio came under intense fire from the Heritage Foundation last week for his stance in favor of a comprehensive immigration reform. Reform, as it must, includes a path to earn citizenship for illegal aliens who can prove themselves otherwise of good character.
Enough with Republicans invoking analogies to slavery and plantations to make their case for conservative policies or attract minority voters. News flash: it doesn’t work!
Senators formally unveil a wide-ranging immigration bill with support from business executives, religious leaders, activists and others. The sponsors are four Republicans and four Democrats, hoping the coalition holds firm.
There's a confrontation coming between the Obama administration and Republicans in Congress over the most basic question of immigration reform: How secure is the U.S. border with Mexico?
A bipartisan immigration reform bill could be introduced on Tuesday. The bill would address the 11 million immigrants who are living in the U.S. illegally.
Thousands of immigrants and activists rallied across the U.S. in protests aimed at pressing Congress to approve immigration measures that would grant 11 million immigrants living here illegally a path toward citizenship.
A bi-partisan group of Senators, known as the Gang of 8, have put together a framework for the immigration reform that supposedly America is waiting for.
Last week I wrote about the battle for words and need to reclaim the language. We have to make sure words have meaning, no matter who how offensive a tiny slice of people find some of them.
The White House says it is encouraged by the progress being made on immigration reform, but press secretary Jay Carney warns a deal hasn't been reached yet.
If Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform, it will depend on the Obama administration to enforce the law. How might that work?
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