We were in the room for Senator Marco Rubio's speech today in Miami, Florida at the Hispanic Leadership Network Conference. During the speech, two brave DREAMers interrupted Senator Rubio asking why he doesn't support undocumented immigrants. Continue »
The Tuesday night Florida GOP primary is fast approaching, and the leading Republican contenders keep outdoing each other on who is more anti-immigrant. The funny thing is that they're both fatootsed -- mostly with each other -- when anyone calls them anti-immigrant. It's ridiculous. Continue »
There are a few days left until the Florida primary and Senator Marco Rubio –- Florida's anti-immigrant golden boy -- is on it. He's the GOP's choice candidate for Vice President, thinking once again that just because he has a Latino last name, he'll be able to deliver the... Continue »

The DREAM Act cannot be cut up and divided. There is only ONE DREAM Act and it's a common sense piece of legislation. The only politicians we know that want to veto or change it are anti-immigrant.

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After leaving Miami Dade College yesterday following his interview with Univision's Jorge Ramos, Romney went on to an event at the historical Freedom Tower where he spoke to Cuban-Americans about US-Cuba relations and his support for the Cuban community. Obviously, immigration was not discussed at this event. Continue »
Given that Florida is over 22.5% Hispanic, it is not surprising that in anticipation of the Florida Primary next week the GOP primary frontrunners, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney took time to participate in a forum put together by the largest Spanish television network Univision and the U.S. Hispanic... Continue »
The Texas law allowing some illegal immigrants to pay in-state college tuition rates, a flashpoint issue that helped doom Republican Gov. Rick Perry's campaign for president, is set to be tweaked Thursday to remind students they promised to seek legal status. Continue »
The issue of immigration is a hot topic in Florida due to the contentious Spanish-language ad wars between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, interviews on Spanish language TV with the top GOP contenders, and the upcoming Hispanic Leadership Network forum hosted by, among others, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Continue »
The state that brought us anti-immigrant law architect Kris Kobach and State Rep. Virgil "shoot immigrants like hogs" Peck is stooping to a new low in anti-immigrant policy. As a Kansas City Star article this weekend explained, the Sunflower State has a new procedure in place eliminating or reducing... Continue »
Despite entrenched opposition in Congress to immigration reform, President Obama in the State of the Union speech asked both chambers to resurrect the Dream Act, a bill that would create a path to citizenship for young illegal immigrants who are college students and military service members. Continue »