Category Archives: Immigration Reform

Mayor Makes Clear Portland’s Interest In Immigration Reform

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A liberal mayor and business leaders often face off, but when the answer is this obvious, they often have to agree. Hopefully the US House feels the pressure from leaders nationwide supporting immigration reform. We applaud Mayor Charlie Hales and the business leaders of Portland for supporting reform, and feeling the need for change that […]

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Immigration Bill Passes the US Senate! SÍ SE PUEDE!

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We have no idea what will really happen in the House of Representatives, but the Senate has finally passed an immigration bill. This is a historic day, but I am very concerned. The Senate is the more liberal and pro-immigration than the House. Yet the billed passed today in the Senate is not very progressive […]

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Legalization Comes First – “It is not conditional”

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In an interview Sunday with the Spanish Network Univision, Sen. Marco Rubio made his strongest statement yet that legalization of the nations estimates 11 million illegal immigrants must happen before any new border security or internal enforcement measures are in place, and will in no way be conditional in any security requirements. “Let’s be clear,” […]

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Major Changes to Deportation Policies

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Major changes took place Thursday morning as The House voted to overturn all of President Obama’s non-deportation policies. The House voted to preserve a program which allows local police to help enforce our current immigration laws, rejecting the presidents efforts to defund it. Along with this they have voted to defund the Deffered Action for […]

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Immigration Reform Near Collapse

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After months and months on waiting for congressmen to agree on a comprehensive immigration reform things are looking worse than ever. Meetings in the House of Representatives on a comprehensive immigration reform have failed, and congressmen will meet today for the last time without reaching an agreement on a House Bill. According to two sources […]

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