02/02/10 a 11:47am La administración Obama debe tomar acciones para corregir pasados abusos, y aprobar una reforma migratoria integral Washington, DC – Nuevas revelaciones publicadas hoy en el diario The New York Times muestran cómo las autoridades de inmigración bajo la administración del presidente George W. Bush, en complicidad con una firma petrolera de Mississippi, castigaron a… Continue »

Today, the AFL-CIO will host a forum in Los Angeles to debate immigration reform. La Opinión reports that the meeting, which will be held in LA’s historic Olvera Street neighborhood, will feature Representatives Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA) and Judy Chu (D-CA); Bishop Alexander Salazar of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles; LAPD Chief Charlie Beck; Angélica Salas, Executive Director of CHIRLA; and Maria Elena Durazo of the AFL-CIO.

Following the President’s brief mention of immigration reform in the State of the Union Address, bloggers and pundits have begun the postmortems. But advocates in D.C. say that while the election of Scott Brown last month, coupled with the continuing poor economy, have made the job of reforming immigration laws tougher, there may still be an opening for legislation to pass, says the Washington Post.