The following editorial appeared Monday in the Los Angeles Times:
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan Senate immigration bill would cost the government a net $6.3 trillion over the next 50 years to provide benefits for millions of people now living in the U.S. illegally, the Heritage Foundation said in a report Monday, setting off a fierce dispute with fellow conser…
PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer asserted Tuesday that Arizona's precedent-setting 2010 law aimed at illegal immigration helped pave the way for the kind of legislation now being considered in Congress.
Over the years, the border fence in Nogales, Ariz., has been reinforced or rebuilt in a number of ways to deter people from crossing illegally.
The following editorial appears in Sunday's Washington Post:
PHOENIX - Approval of a comprehensive immigration plan with Republican votes would enable the party to once again compete for Latino votes here, Arizona's senior U.S. senator said Thursday.
More than half of deported immigrants planned to cross illegally into the United States again, a new study by the University Arizona of migration and deportation practices found.
More than 200 people marched from Southside Presbyterian Church to the Tucson police headquarters on Stone Avenue Sunday demanding that officers stop working with Border Patrol and calling for immigration reform.
The release of illegal immigrants from detention in anticipation of budget cuts created a new hurdle for the new-found momentum for comprehensive immigration reform, politicians on both sides of the aisle say.
The president suggested he would hold off introducing his own immigration bill as long as bipartisan Senate negotiations were proceeding apace - until his own immigration bill mysteriously leaked precisely as bipartisan Senate negotiations were proceeding apace.
Republicans spent the weekend trumpeting shock and outrage over President Obama's leaked "backup plan" on immigration. In dysfunctional Washington, this means that prospects for comprehensive reform - including what amounts to an amnesty for the undocumented - are getting brighter.
WASHINGTON — The Senate opened its first hearing on a comprehensive immigration overhaul Wednesday with a call from a committee chairman for swift action on a pathway to citizenship for the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants. Tensions quickly emerged as shouting protesters interrupted th…
Hours before President Barack Obama gave his State of the Union Address, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer toured the border area Tuesday and concluded that the Arizona-Mexico border remained a “gateway of the drug cartels.”
PHOENIX — Two leading Democrats in Arizona’s legislature headed to Las Vegas to hear the president’s speech on immigration reform.
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of leading senators has reached agreement on the principles for a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws, including a path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants already in this country.
There's no question there's momentum for immigration reform this year.
The following editorial appeared in Friday's Washington Post: