Alterations in House Leadership Border Bill Make Process of Removing Alien Minors WorseOn July 29, House GOP Leadership introduced its border bill to respond to the President's request for $3.7 billion in additional funding to address the border crisis.
President Obama Considers Plan to Admit MORE Central American MinorsPresident Obama is considering how he can admit MORE Central American minors to the U.S by granting refugee status or humanitarian parole to Central American minors in their home countries.
Boston City Council Considers Anti-Cooperation LegislationBoston City Councilor Josh Zikam introduced legislation, so-called "Boston TRUST Act", to the Boston City Council that would prohibit the city's law enforcement officials from complying with detainers requested by ICE.
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.
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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