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Immigration Reform All Set to Pass Senate

There has been a lot of political posturing in Washington, D.C., but lawmakers appear to be moving steadily towards passing Immigration Reform. In the Senate, there appeared to be a problem with many Republicans who thought that the border security … Continue reading

09. July 2013 by admin
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Immigration Reform Moving Forward

Things are starting to pick up on Immigration Reform from both houses of Congress. First of all, the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed the Gang of Eight plan with just a few changes. The vote was 13 to 5, with … Continue reading

28. May 2013 by admin
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Key Senate Group Unveils Immigration Reform Plan

Everyone in Washington has been waiting for a key, bipartisan group of Senators to release a plan that will hopefully become the basis for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Of course they conducted their negotiations in secret so that I couldn’t report … Continue reading

22. April 2013 by admin
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Obama’s Immigration Plan Leaked

President Obama’s position on Immigration Reform has been that members of Congress should work together to create a law, but if they fail, he will introduce his own proposal. Over the weekend, some parts of this proposal were leaked to … Continue reading

20. February 2013 by admin
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Congress starts the real work on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

On Wednesday, the Senate started holding hearings on immigration reform – the first step in building a law. Over the next few weeks and months, congressional committees will gather information and craft a way to fix our broken immigration system. … Continue reading

14. February 2013 by admin
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