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Mitt Romney Immigration Record As Massachusetts Governor Proved Mixed Bag Published: Jul 23, 2012 "Mitt Romney adopted a mixed bag of immigration policies during his four years as Massachusetts governor. He fought against in-state college tuition rates for undocumented immigrants, pushed hard to give state troopers expanded powers to arrest those in the country without documentation, and championed English-only classes for bilingual education
Judge to decide whether Latinos are racially profiled in Ariz. sheriff’s immigration patrols Published: Jul 19, 2012 "The lawsuit marks the first case in which the sheriff’s office has been accused of systematically racially profiling Latinos and will serve as a bellwether for a similar yet broader civil rights lawsuit filed against Arpaio in May by the U.S. Department of Justice. That lawsuit makes many of the same racial profiling allegations, but goes further to say
Iowa congressman expects immigration lawsuit against Obama in ‘weeks’ Published: Jul 18, 2012 "Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King says he expects that the immigration lawsuit he is spearheading against President Obama will be filed in a court within weeks. “I think we’re talking weeks rather than months,” King told The Daily Caller in an interview Friday about the planned legal action against Obama. King’s lawsuit is in response to the Obama
Former immigration intelligence chief jailed for fraud Published: Jul 16, 2012 "A former U.S. federal immigration intelligence director who lured four subordinates into fraudulently claiming more than $500,000 in fake expense and pay claims was sentenced to 20 months in prison on Friday, authorities said. James M. Woosley, 48, the former acting director of the intelligence office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE,
Lesbian Couple Sues Over Immigration Plight Published: Jul 13, 2012 "A lesbian couple filed a federal lawsuit in California on Thursday seeking to solve their immigration woes and put a stop to the deportation of same-sex spouses. The suit — which seeks class-action status — was filed on behalf of Philippines citizen Jane DeLeon, who was sponsored for a green card by her employer but can't get a waiver she needs to obtain
Sen. Marco Rubio's immigration views need to be heard Published: Jul 12, 2012 "For many immigrant advocates, Rubio already has two strikes against him. He opposed the original version of the Dream Act, which would have offered legal status and a pathway to U.S. citizenship to undocumented immigrants who went to college or joined the military. And he supported the Arizona immigration law. For what it's worth, I think that Rubio has
Officials: License plate photos could help catch illegal immigrants Published: Jul 11, 2012 "The search for illegal immigrants is going high-tech in Texas. The Dallas office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has asked companies to help design a way to use a national database to find vehicles that fugitive illegal immigrants are driving. Dani Bennett, a spokeswoman for the agency, described the system as a "widely used mobile law
The Obama Campaign's Missing Immigration Tab Published: Jul 10, 2012 "In the "issues" section of the Obama campaign's website, an "immigration" tab does not appear. The Obama campaign responded by sending six screen grabs of Web pages that do mention the issue, even in passing." Click here for the source of this immigration news story.