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July 30, 2012 - Huffington Post
Let me get right to the point: Helping young aspiring citizens remain in America is good for America. Removing the immediate threat of deportation for young people who were brought here as children will have remarkable economic benefits.
July 13, 2012 - NationalJournal.com
Immigration may have become a political football, but Charles Hall has another football metaphor in mind when he talks about the skilled immigrants who help put food on our tables.
July 04, 2012 - Univision News Tumblr
Add Your Comment Share TweetBy LIUDMILA BATISTAOn this Fourth of July, my family has a special reason to celebrate: Five years after immigrating to the United States from Cuba, my mom, Maria Emilia Hechavarria, became a U.
July 03, 2012 - Fox News Latino
If ever a candidate were in need of some July 4th fireworks, Mitt Romney is that candidate when it comes to immigration. Based on a recent interview with NewsmaxTV, change might be in the air.
July 01, 2012 - Orlando Sentinel
For the sake of our economy here in Florida and nationwide, we must forge a new consensus on immigrants and America. This will require Republicans and Democrats alike to stop the grandstanding and gather around a table to develop rational immigration policy that serves the interests of every American and their family.
July 01, 2012 - AZCentral.com
From the moment the U.S. Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona's immigration law last week, a chorus of experts, activists and elected officials renewed a call for Congress to reform immigration laws at a federal level.
June 30, 2012 - Arizona Republic
From the moment the U.S. Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona's immigration law last week, a chorus of experts, activists and elected officials renewed a call for Congress to reform immigration laws at a federal level. But any such effort may be as doomed now as it has been in the past.
June 30, 2012 - Arab American News
Ali Noorani, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum says the Supreme Court's decision will divide the nation. “While the Supreme Court largely agreed that S.B. 1070 goes against our Constitution, it still left one dangerous provision, Section 2(B) which is the pointy end of the sword of the Arizona immigration law. The implementation of the racial profiling inherent in Section 2(B) will cause irreparable harm in Arizona.”
June 29, 2012 - IndiaWest.com
United StatesThe Supreme Court June 25 delivered a mixed decision on Arizona’s SB 1070, striking down three provisions but retaining the most contentious part of the legislation which would allow law enforcement officials to demand proof of immigration status from anyone they suspect is undocument
June 29, 2012 - Dissent
On Monday the Supreme Court delivered its decision in the Arizona et al. v. United States case. At stake was the constitutionality of Senate Bill 1070 (SB 1070), Arizonas highly controversial anti-immigration legislationand more broadly, whether states have the right to enact their own immigration