Military Amnesty Stripped From Defense Bill

The House of Representatives voted to remove amnesty language from the NDAA. Rep. Mo Brooks introduced an amendment that would strip the amnesty provision and the Brooks amendment passed 221-202, with 20 Republicans joining all voting Democrats in opposition.

Jeb Bush Reveals He Would Keep Obama's Executive Amnesty

On Fox News, former Governor Jeb Bush said he would, if elected president, maintain President Obama's executive amnesty until Congress passes new legislation to replace it.

Senate Advances Trade Deal that Could Increase Foreign Workers

The Senate voted to begin debate on the fast track trade promotion authority, which would grant President Obama the authority to implement part of his immigration agenda through trade agreements.

LA County Board of Supervisors Votes to End Cooperation Agreement with ICE

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to cancel the county's agreement with ICE which allows ICE officials to work inside county jails to determine whether inmates are deportable.

Texas Committee Advances Driver’s License Bill for Illegal Aliens

The Texas House Committee on State Affairs passed House Bill 4063, which grants driving privileges to illegal aliens living in Texas by creating a new conditional driver’s permit.

Colorado House Passes Bill to Shield Criminal Aliens from Enforcement

The Colorado House of Representatives passed H.B. 1356, which shields criminal aliens from the enforcement of immigration law...

Tennessee House Defeats Bill Granting In-State Tuition to Illegal Aliens

Legislation that would make illegal alien students eligible for in-state tuition at Tennessee's public colleges and universities failed this session because of its lack of support among constituents and within the Tennessee General Assembly.

The Winnable Battle Republican Leaders Refuse to Wage on Immigration

If ever there was an important political battle the Republican leadership couldn’t possibly lose, it is the one over defunding President Obama’s actions granting roughly 5 million illegal aliens de facto amnesty and work authorization.

The REAL ID Act Ten Years Later

May 11, 2015 marks 10 years since President George W. Bush signed the REAL ID Act into law.

Immigration Reform Agenda for the 114th Congress

A guide for ending illegal immigration, curbing executive overreach, reducing legal immigration to a more sustainable level, and improving/enhancing national security.

FAIR Opposes the Confirmation of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General

FAIR is advising all Senators and staff that it opposes the confirmation of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General and will include the confirmation vote in FAIR’s Voting Report.

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