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Alabama immigration law blamed for drop in construction jobs‎ Published: Nov 30, 2011 "Alabama's construction industry is losing jobs faster than almost every state in the nation, and industry experts say some of the losses are due to the state's strict new immigration law. Figures from the Associated General Contractors, an Arlington, Va.-based trade group, showed that construction-related employment in Alabama has fallen from 85,900 in
Judges: One New Jersey sister who fears Guatemalan gang can stay in U.S., but the other must be deported Published: Nov 30, 2011 "It’s the ultimate split decision: a court says a woman marked for death by a Guatemalan gang can stay in New Jersey, but the sister who gave her refuge will be deported. Silvia Moreno Garcia, 30, testified in her homeland against members of the vicious gang Valle del Sol, who were on trial for murdering an activist. Her turn on the stand put her in such
Perry Says Amnesty Not Solution to Illegal Immigration Published: Nov 30, 2011 "Texas Gov. Rick Perry says the U.S.-Mexico border must first be secured, and then under no circumstances would he support any type of amnesty for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants who now live in the United States. The presidential contender also told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Tuesday that before he can lay out a specific plan for solving the
Startup hopes to hack the immigration system with a floating incubator Published: Nov 29, 2011 "Some of the Silicon Valley's most important companies, including Intel, Google, and Yahoo, were cofounded by immigrants. Yet America's creaky immigration system makes it difficult for talented young people born outside of the United States to come to the Bay Area. There have been various proposals to make it easier for immigrant entrepreneurs to come to
Oops! Perry Campaigns with Sheriff Arpaio, Modern Day Bull Connor Published: Nov 29, 2011 "Memo to Perry (and Romney, for that matter): A hard-line, anti-immigrant position is not especially popular in New Hampshire, even among likely Republican primary voters. In 2008, John McCain won the primary with a Gingrich-like position on immigration reform. A June, 2011 UNH / Boston Globe survey asked New Hampshire primary voters, “Would you support or
Romney On Immigration: Sorting Through The Record Published: Nov 29, 2011 "Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has been unofficially running for president for the better part of five years, and in that time, he has been asked about immigration over and over again. Now some of his rivals are arguing that his answers to the question have been inconsistent. And it blew up last week at a CNN debate on national security. Former
Poll Numbers Suggest Gingrich’s ‘Humane’ Immigration Stance Could Help Him Published: Nov 29, 2011 "Newt Gingrich has shocked the political world in the past month by shooting to the top of the polls only weeks before the first votes are cast in the Republican presidential primary, so maybe it should come as no surprise that he shocked everyone again with his comments on immigration at last week’s debate in Washington, D.C. Gingrich outlined a far more
Liberal Activists Target Latino GOP Candidates Over Immigrant Family History Published: Nov 28, 2011 "As more Latinos seek public office running as Republicans, their family backgrounds, particularly having to do with immigration, have come under increasing scrutiny by liberal Latino activists -- a scrutiny that Latino Democrats have not previously faced. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, a Republican and the nation's only Latina governor, recently found