Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions (R-AL) is expected to be selected by his Republican colleagues to chair the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Immigration… Continue »
For pro-immigration reform advocates, the battle to protect the most profound immigration policy change in a generation begins… Continue »
While Republicans may be gearing up to fight President Obama, last weekend should remind observers that the GOP’s true battles will be against Latino and immigrant families… Continue »
A range of recent polling finds overwhelmingly Latino support in favor of the recently announced executive actions on immigration… Continue »
An archive page on everything you need to know about President Obama’s upcoming administrative relief… Continue »
Despite the threats and overheated claims by Republicans, executive action on immigration would be a good thing for the country.  America’s Voice offers six reasons why President Obama should deliver… Continue »
President Obama’s pledge to take executive action on immigration is center stage in post-election Washington.  Here are four key points to understand… Continue »
2014 was a wave election, but it wasn’t a referendum on immigration. Here are three takeaways and one lesson for both parties to learn as they turn to governing and the 2016 elections… Continue »
Election eve polling of nearly 5,000 Latino voters nationwide and in key 2014 states provides new insights into Latino voter behavior in the 2014 elections. Continue »
Given the Republican Party’s need to improve its standing with Latino voters in order to win back the White House, the GOP’s embrace of anti-immigrant politics during the 2014 election cycle is a remarkable development. Continue »