America's Voice

 
Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): PRI (Arizona): Latinos in Arizona are helping make it a swing state — but not just because of Trump By Angilee Shah and David Leveille Tampa Bay Times (Florida):Dreamers target Marco Rubio for defeat after he left them behind By Jeremy Wallace Politico: Trump assails former Miss … Continue reading »

Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): News 3 Las Vegas (Nevada): Nevada’s Battleground: Voter registration in full swing By Jeff Gillan New York Times (Opinion): What Does Immigration Actually Cost Us? By Thomas Edsall Medium (Op-ed): For All The “Miss Housekeepings” — Including My Mom By Gabe Ortíz CNN: Gutierrez: ‘Women are watching’ Donald Trump’s … Continue reading »

Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): EFE: Trump meets with Hispanics in Miami on day after 1st presidential debate LGBT Weekly: Register to vote today! By Steve Lee New York Times: Shamed and Angry: Alicia Machado, a Miss Universe Mocked by Donald Trump By Michael Barbaro and Megan Twohey Wall Street Journal: With … Continue reading »

 

Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court will discuss whether to hear U.S. v Texas – the legal case that has blocked President Obama’s decision to confer protection against deportation and work permits to individuals who are low priority for immigration enforcement.  In anticipation, two new must-read pieces assess what’s at stake and why the Supreme Court should take … Continue reading »

Diverse Voices Speak Out Against Attempts to Block Refugee Resettlement A recent wave of pro-refugee developments show that despite the rhetoric surrounding the debate, leaders and communities across the country support refugee families and their continued resettlement in the U.S. This week, faith leaders, lawmakers, and national security experts added their voices to the growing … Continue reading »

Today, by a 289-137 margin, the House voted in favor of legislation that would effectively end the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States.  Following is a statement in response from Lynn Tramonte, Deputy Director of America’s Voice Education Fund: “This was a shameful day in the U.S. House of Representatives—for both parties.  We … Continue reading »