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Texas AG Who Called Obama’s Immigration Actions “Illegal,” “Lawless” Has Been Indicted By Grand Jury On Felony Charges

It looks like the same Texas Republican who claimed President Obama’s immigration actions were “illegal” is in some deep legal trouble of his own. Earlier this week, Attorney General Ken Paxton was indicted by a grand jury on “two counts of first-degree securities fraud and a charge of failing to register with state securities regulators,” according … Continue reading »

America’s Voice Reacts to News of Executive Action Delay

Washington, DC – As news reports today confirm, President Obama will officially delay his announcement on executive action until after the 2014 elections.  Following is a statement from Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice: “We are bitterly disappointed in the President and we are bitterly disappointed in the Senate Democrats. We advocates didn’t make … Continue reading »

On Immigration, GOP is Still Steve King’s Party

Iowa Republican in Driver’s Seat Unless and Until House Republican Leadership Takes Action – And Soon  Washington, DC – In an extended interview with the authors of the “The Way North” series from the New York Times, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) makes clear that he plans to drive the Republican Party’s immigration direction in the … Continue reading »

Republican & Conservative Movement Leaders Support Immigration Reform

Updated September 13, 2013 Republican & Conservative Movement Leaders Support Immigration Reform Since the 2012 election, leading Republican and conservative voices are calling for a new Republican approach to immigration, as evidenced by the following quotes: Republican Elected Officials Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), wrote in an op-ed, “Everybody agrees that America’s immigration system is broken, … Continue reading »

POLL: January 2013–AP-GfK

From January 10-14, GfK Roper Public Affairs and Communications polled 1,004 adults on behalf of the Associated Press. The margin of error for the poll is +/-4%. 62% of Americans support a path to citizenship… Sixty-two percent of respondents said they supported “providing a way for illegal immigrants in the U.S. to become citizens.” …including a … Continue reading »