According to an article by Michael Doyle of McClatchy Newspapers' Washington, D.C., bureau, the Sacramento-based law firm of Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk has actually gone to the lengths of filing a lawsuit to prevent Jose Hernandez from using the title "astronaut" to identify himself on the June primary ballot. Continuar »
Earlier this week, The Hill newspaper reported that Senate Republicans, led by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), are pursuing an alternative, stripped down version of the DREAM Act in an attempt to improve the Party's standing with Latino voters. Continuar »
As the House Immigration Subcommittee hearing, "Holiday on ICE," gets underway, a press call today highlighted flagrant and repeated violations inside our nation's immigrant detention centers and questioned why House Republicans are making light of an issue so seriously in need of reform. Continuar »
As the House Immigration Subcommittee hearing, "Holiday on ICE," gets underway, a press call today highlighted flagrant and repeated violations inside our nation's immigrant detention centers and questioned why House Republicans are making light of an issue so seriously in need of reform. Continuar »
Today at 1:30, the U.S. House Immigration Subcommittee will renew its attack on immigrants with a hearing to "examine" the Obama Administration's updated Performance-Based National Detention Standards (PBNDS). Continuar »
Today at 1:30, the U.S. House Immigration Subcommittee will renew its attack on immigrants with a hearing to "examine" the Obama Administration's updated Performance-Based National Detention Standards (PBNDS). Continuar »
Today at 1:30, the U.S. House Immigration Subcommittee will renew its attack on immigrants with a hearing to "examine" the Obama Administration's updated Performance-Based National Detention Standards (PBNDS). Continuar »
GOP front-runner Mitt Romney's pledge to stick to the positions he has taken on the primary trail could hurt him in a general election matchup with President Obama, particularly with Hispanic voters over the question of immigration. Continuar »
While the Supreme Court justices took up health care, opponents of Arizona's extreme immigration law looked ahead. Eleven attorneys general filed an amicus brief on Monday in support of the federal government's suit against the law, SB 1070, which the Supreme Court will hear in April. Continuar »
Last year, several states passed strict laws aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration. Those laws are now being challenged in federal court, and next month the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on Arizona's immigration law — but that hasn't stopped some Southern states from moving forward... Continuar »