Reform with Path to Citizenship is the Goal, but What Will She Say about Executive Action? Ahead of Hillary Clinton’s roundtable discussion in Las Vegas this afternoon, America’s Voice offers five key points regarding the current state of immigration politics and policy. Hillary Clinton’s embrace of a full pathway to citizenship... Continuar »
As Two Parties Head in Opposite Directions on Immigration, Whit Ayres Op-Ed Shows Why Demographics Are Working Against GOP Nominee Tomorrow, Hillary Clinton will host a roundtable discussion in Las Vegas with Dreamers and other young Nevadans, with immigration expected to be a major focus of the discussion. Nevada is the... Continuar »
Yesterday on the Republican 2016 campaign trail, both former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave widely-covered addresses before Latino audiences. This led to a round of coverage asking the same question: “Will Hispanics Reject the GOP Once Again?” (as Jill Lawrence asked in a detailed Politico... Continuar »
As Steve King Gets a Hearing on Redefining Constitution, Issue  Today at 1 PM Eastern, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on one of the anti-immigrant movement’s longtime pet issues – messing with the U.S. Constitution and changing the fundamental interpretation of birthright citizenship, the bedrock of the 14th Amendment. ... Continuar »
There they go again. This afternoon, House Republicans will yet hold another anti-immigrant hearing, this time focused on ending Birthright Citizenship, a bedrock American principle. As the Alliance For Citizenship notes, “such a move would radically reinterpret the Constitution to end a fundamental American right and bring the Department... Continuar »
Marco Rubio may be feeding Iowa’s GOP primary voters exactly what they want to hear when it comes to immigration, but in an editorial printed yesterday, Iowa’s most influential newspaper isn’t falling for it one bit. From the Des Moines Register: We wanted to know where he stands on... Continuar »
Reminders that GOP Field is Alienating Young Voters on Immigration, While Embracing Incoherent, Extreme and Unworkable Policy Ideas and Soundbites With the most of the likely 2016 Republican presidential field in Iowa over the weekend, immigration was once again a big focus of the proceedings.  Here are three of... Continuar »
Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott just let the cat out of the bag. Abbott has led the charge against President Obama’s 2014 immigration actions, with both DAPA and expanded DACA now on hold as the courts decide to whether or not let the programs go forward. Up until now,... Continuar »
New Talking Point Translator Tool from America’s Voice Uncovers the True Meaning Behind Some of the Most Popular GOP Soundbites  As the 2016 election cycle kicks into high gear, it’s clear that when it comes to immigration, the GOP field would much prefer to stick to vacuous soundbites than... Continuar »
Senator John McCain offered a stark warning to fellow Republicans: We must address immigration reform “in a constructive fashion, or we do not win the 2016 election.” The comment comes following a tumultuous few weeks for Republican candidates vying for the White House in 2016. On Tuesday, Gov. Scott... Continuar »