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The changes create a state-by-state patchwork, but the overall effect has emboldened activists who want more freedoms for the 11 million people in the U.S. without legal permission.
AP Roberto Morales, 25, holds a sign representing a permanent resident card, while attending the "Rally for Citizenship" in support of immigration reform, on Capitol Hill in Washington, on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. Southwest Florida has a voice in
Eight senators known as the Gang of their legislation on immigration reform, "Border security, economic opportunities, and modern immigration act," border security, undocumented immigrants and illegal immigration speech full text of
As we all know, the Republican supermajority is about making Tennessee a more welcoming place for white Christian families, period...Two anti-immigrant bills are on tomorrow's legislative committee agenda: One by Sen. Stacey Campfield and Rep. Mike
The Startup Act 2.0 originated by Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) and now joined by Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will be the hot topic Jan. 2013. The Startup Visa Act is out as the originators were not re-elected.
Gov. Robert Bentley in a May press conference called for changes to a freshly-passed immigration bill, telling reporters, "If I'm going to sign this bill and I'm going to own this bill, then I want that bill like I want it." Less than 36 hours later,
The Republic azcentral.com Two years ago today, Gov. Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070, considered at the time to be the toughest immigration-enforcement law in the nation. But much has changed on the immigration front since then: The state's
Chris Detrick Tribune File Photo) University of Utah Professor Theresa Martinez applauds the Mormon Church's attempt to discover its members' attitudes and understanding of the immigration issue through a national survey. First published 24 minutes
First published 8 minutes ago Updated 8 minutes ago State legislatures faced an unprecedented number of immigration bills introduced during the first quarter of the year, with most focusing on areas of law enforcement and employment, according to a
The Arizona Republic A varying group of Republican senators broke from the pack and voted against five immigration bills that were central to President Russell Pearce's agenda. Their "no" votes, coupled with those from the Democrats, stopped the