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Enact Law Protecting Dreamers

January 15, 2018

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If we decide to send the Dreamers and those who are here on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) back to their country of origin, then we should also teardown the Statue of Liberty and send it back to France as well. I’m sure France could find a home somewhere, where the Statue will represent something other […]

Don’t Take Our Dreamers

September 4, 2017

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In an increasingly divisive political environment, we need to support and protect our young Hispanic young people who also happen to be DREAMers. DREAMers are young people who came to the United States with their parents as children, and though previously undocumented, are able to apply for authorization to attend college and work under President […]

Immigration Dreamers in Limbo

February 7, 2017

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For decades Congress has stalled on dealing with immigration and Hispanics crossing our southern border and awful things have happened to good people. The fact of the matter is we need the skills and knowledge of these people in our workforce. By now, everyone in America has heard about our broken immigration system and the […]

Continue Obama’s Dreamers Action

June 1, 2015

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An appeals court in New Orleans retained a lower court hold on President Obama’s executive actions on immigration. Conservative hostility to undocumented immigrants is understandable for a host of reasons, not the least that such immigrants broke the law in crossing the border. But hostility to the subset of immigrants known as “Dreamers,” who were […]