Cronkite News By Michelle Peirano April 24, 2013 WASHINGTON – A delegation of Arizona state and local officials came to Washington Wednesday to press for comprehensive immigration reform, saying the time for action is now while the nation is paying attention. “Congress is listening and respects their views,” former Arizona Rep. John Shadegg said of the ongoing dialogue in the state between reform supporters and those who question whether an immigration bill would help them socially and economically.
Daniel Garza analiza la actual perdida de libertades e irresponsabilidad financiera bajo la direccion de la actual administración (AOL Latino)Fue casi en el 2009; cuando los nuevos agentes de poder, aún eufóricos de haber financiado una exitosa campaña por el control de la Casa Blanca, no perdieron tiempo en convencer al Presidente recién elegido a que avanzara una ley con gastos monstruosos con el fin de "estimular" unaeconomía deprimida.
Fox News Latino By Daniel Garza April 17, 2013 There is an old saying that times change and people change with them; sentiments toward immigration is no exception. In the last few decades, more Americans have come to recognize that political, economic, and social changes have rendered our current immigration law no longer workable, beneficial to society, or favorable to our economy.
Associated Press By Erica Werner April 16, 2013 To some conservatives, it's amnesty. To some immigration advocates, it's unnecessarily punitive. The Senate's new bipartisan immigration bill drew criticism from the right and from the left Tuesday — convincing members of the bipartisan "Gang of Eight" that wrote it that they're on the right track. "This has something for everybody to hate," said Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.
The Hill By Daniel Garza April 16, 2013 Public opinion on immigration is proof that “times change and people change with them,” as the saying goes. With each passing year, more Americans understand that our current immigration law is neither beneficial to society nor favorable to our economy. A majority of people are pushing for positive immigration reform — something that seemed impossible even 5 years ago.
NBC Latino By Sandra Lilley April 16, 2013 So it’s out. The eight Senators who came together from two different parties to fundamentally overhaul the nation’s immigration laws have drafted a bill, which will be presented in a press conference tomorrow – Boston’s tragic events delayed today’s announcement. The bill is truly a start – there is no guarantee it will lead to a law – and in fact, the heated debate is just getting started. Regardless of the outcome, the bill is not seen as business as usual.
The Raw Story Arturo Garcia April 16, 2012 Immigration advocates and lawmakers from both sides of the aisle expressed discomfort on Tuesday with the immigration reform bill set out by the bipartisan “Gang of 8″ for various reasons.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Republican elected official who casually uses the racist term “wetbacks” during a radio interview is a dunderhead of the first magnitude. “My father had a ranch; we used to have 50-60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes,” Alaska Republican Rep. Don Young, 79, told radio station KRBD in Ketchikan on Thursday. “It takes two people to pick the same tomatoes now. It’s all done by machine.”
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