Senator Cruz Introduces Bill to Repeal DACALast week, Republican Senator Ted Cruz, whose home state of Texas is at the center of the border crisis, introduced legislation that would stop the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
House Appropriators Introduce Bill to Narrow 2008 Anti-Trafficking LawThree members from the powerful House Appropriations Committee introduced legislation that would narrow the application of the 2008 anti-trafficking law which is called the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008.
ACLU Lawsuit Seeks Taxpayer-Funded Lawyers for Illegal Alien MinorsACLU sued the Departments of Justice, Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security, seeking to force the government to pay for attorneys of illegal alien minors in deportation proceedings.
Immigration Officials Release Jose Vargas AgainThe U.S. Border Patrol released Mr. Jose Antonio Vargas, an admitted illegal alien and felon, from his eight hour detention after he tried to pass through an airport checkpoint in the border city of McAllen, Texas.
Texas City Passes Resolution to Prevent Transfer of Illegal Aliens into CommunityOn Tuesday, July 8, League City, Texas passed a resolution to prohibit the transfer of illegal aliens into their community.
New Jersey Legislators Once More Fight to Give Financial Aid to Illegal AliensNew Jersey legislators held a press conference announcing their intention to reintroduce legislation that would grant taxpayer-funded financial aid to illegal aliens attending New Jersey's public colleges and university.
New York City Council Grants Illegal Aliens ID CardsOn June 26, the New York City Council passed Introduction 253, which establishes the New York City identity card program and provides city-issued identification cards to illegal aliens.
Open-borders advocates shamelessly exploit the surge of minorsData tell us that the surge of illegal alien minors began with the president's implementation of the unauthorized Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in 2012.
Demand Congress Change Immigration PolicyAdditional funding might help ease the chaos, but it will not solve the crisis. That's why we must demand that Congress condition any additional funding on making meaningful immigration policy changes.
Congress Must Demand Policy Changes In Exchange for Releasing Border Funds to ObamaPresident Obama's emergency funding request is fatally flawed because it is not accompanied by critical policy changes that address the core of the immigration crisis our nation is now facing.
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