The Spanish-language press devotes extensive coverage to Saturday’s immigration rallies, which drew hundreds of thousands of people across the country, and to continued reactions to the Arizona law criminalizing undocumented immigrants.

Today, more than half a million people have stood up to protest Arizona’s new racial profiling law and to call for comprehensive immigration reform.

In Washington, DC over 4,000 people gathered for a march to the White House. The Trail of Dreams arrived this morning, ending their historic 1,500 mile-long trek for justice and they were greeted by friends, family, allies and leaders standing in solidarity with their fight.

In May 2010, Lake Research Partners and Public Opinion Strategies conducted a bi-partisan poll of 1100 registered voters with an oversample of 300 Latino registered voters. The margin of error for the poll is +/-3.5% across the sample of registered voters. Support for comprehensive immigration reform is overwhelming.  When initially asked about comprehensive immigration reform,… Continue »

On behalf of America’s Voice, Hart Research Associates conducted a poll of 1,608 Americans in Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri and Ohio from April 14-18, 2010. Voters favor a comprehensive immigration reform plan by a 14 point margin.  Even after exposure to harsh criticism from opponents and Democratic responses, a majority of voters still support the plan. … Continue »

We will be live-tweeting May 1st in Washington DC (see twitter bar to the right–>). You can also check out updates from around the country at Reform Immigration FOR America.