Senate Judiciary Committee Mark-up of the Gang of Eight Immigration Bill ContinuesWatch the Senate Judiciary Committee mark-up the Gang of Eight immigration bill is on Monday, May 20, 2013, 10:00 AM.
American Workers Ask: "What's in it for me?Senate Bill 744 will grant legal work authorization to 57 million green card holders and non-immigrant guest workers over the next decade.
Latest FAIR Summary of the Gang of Eight's BillS.744 would grant amnesty to the approximately 12 million illegal aliens currently living in the U.S. by providing a special path to a green card and citizenship to those who broke our immigration laws.
Immigration: Fueling U.S. Income InequalityImmigration — especially illegal immigration — has fueled the nation's rapidly increasing income inequality.
Amnesty 2013 Resource CenterCheck out FAIR's Amnesty 2013 Center where you’ll find all the latest information and resources to stay on top of the amnesty debate on a daily basis.
Heritage Foundation: Amnesty to cost taxpayers $6.3 trillion!Amnesty for current unlawful immigrants will pose large fiscal costs to U.S. taxpayers.
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Lax Border Security Provisions Remain in Gang of Eight BillMembers of the Senate Gang of Eight on the Judiciary Committee rejected a multitude of amendments intended to strengthen the bill's border security provisions.
Senate Homeland Security Committee Examines Gang of Eight BillThere was bipartisan agreement that the Department of Homeland Security needs to improve its border security efforts.
New Poll Shows Strong Preference for Immigration Enforcement Over Legalization of Illegal Aliens...only 36 percent of likely voters support "allowing illegal immigrants to legalize their status and remain here."
The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Aliens on New MexicansThis report identifies more than $717 million in annual fiscal costs borne by the state's taxpayers because of the illegal alien population.
The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Aliens on OregoniansThe average Oregon household headed by a U.S. citizen pays about $728 annually to cover the costs of the state's illegal alien population.
English Language Learners and Public Education in UtahUtah's has one of the nation's fastest-growing Limited English Proficient populations...the total cost of LEP education in Utah was over $435 million.
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