November 12, 2014                                                         2014 was a wave election, but it wasn’t a referendum on immigration. Here are three takeaways and one lesson... Continue »
Also view our blog content on executive action here. As we await an immigration announcement from the Obama Administration, we’ve compiled a list of the top legal, political, and policy arguments for President Obama using his executive authority to protect immigrants who would qualify for the Senate immigration bill... Continue »
Scorecard Zeroes in on the 12 Most Vulnerable Republicans House Democrats are continuing their efforts to demand a vote on immigration reform and House Republicans are continuing to block action while promising to one day address the issue.  The disconnect between Republicans’ rhetorical support for immigration reform and their actual legislative... Continue »
Bloomberg Editorial, “Obama’s Midterm Surprise: Immigration” –“A major executive action liberalizing strictures on undocumented immigrants with lengthy U.S. residency would change the midterm dynamic. Experience suggests that the reaction of Representative Steve King and other Republican nativists would not be subtle. And Republican leaders, including McConnell and House Speaker John... Continue »
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the first time that House Republicans gave Steve King a vote to deport DREAMers.  Trying to end DACA is pretty heinous — and it’s just one of the many extremist reasons why King has made headlines over the years.  From the time that King called immigration... Continue »
Boehner’s Comments Sow Confusion; Latino Media, Others Strongly Critical Washington, DC – Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) yesterday threw cold water on the prospects of immigration reform, while managing to sow additional seeds of confusion about his intentions for reform: What We Don’t Know – What Is... Continue »
In the past week the fight for immigration reform in the House of Representatives has been shaken up by some key developments.  This has led to much discussion and analysis regarding their impact.  Some have grown more pessimistic, but we at America’s Voice have become more optimistic.  Here’s our... Continue »
To: Interested Parties From: America’s Voice Re: Immigration State of Play Date: September 23, 2013 After years of closed-door meetings, Reps. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Sam Johnson (R-TX), and John Carter (R-TX) announced the hiatus of their bipartisan working group on immigration last week.  Johnson and Carter blamed the dissolution... Continue »