immigration 2013


Cross-Post: 5 Major Immigration Laws that the House Passed in an Election Year

Originally published by Philip E. Wolgin for Center for American Progress| January 9, 2014 Over the past few months, we have seen a slew of news stories predicting what will happen with immigration reform in 2014, after the Senate passed a strong bipartisan reform bill last year, but the House failed to … Continued


Cross-Post: The Most Memorable Immigration Moments Of 2013

Originally posted on 12/28/2013 by VOXXI via Huffington Post | By Griselda Nevarez There was a wide consensus that 2013 would be the year Congress passed immigration reform legislation. Though that didn’t happen, momentum for immigration reform reached a new … Continued

“We Belong Together” Protest Demands Immigration Reform from the House

More than 100 women - many of them undocumented - were arrested today for gathering at the Capitol with demands for  the House of Representatives to stop stalling on passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill.  The women-led, women-focused “We Belong … Continued