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Obama campaign slams Romney on immigration Published: Nov 24, 2011 "US President Barack Obama's reelection campaign enlisted two Hispanic lawmakers on Wednesday to blast Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney over his tough talk against undocumented immigrants. The assault underlined how the Obama camp sees Romney as its most likely opponent in the November 2012 elections and highlighted the importance of Latino
Consequences of Alabama immigration law set in‎ Published: Nov 24, 2011 "In Tuscaloosa, at least 66 people, most of them U.S. citizens, have been jailed for driving without a license. Prior to the law, most would have received a citation. The law's supporters say illegal immigrants cost Alabama a quarter billion dollars a year on education and social services. Jean Deason, a real estate agent outside Birmingham, doesn't
Gingrich's Words on Immigration Become a Target‎ Published: Nov 24, 2011 "Mr. Romney, who is eager to stop the rise of Mr. Gingrich with the Iowa caucuses only six weeks away, signaled that he intended to go after his rival with the same vigor he used against Gov. Rick Perry of Texas two months ago when he said Republicans were “heartless” for standing in the way of offering education to children of illegal immigrants. With the
Auto exec's arrest a new flashpoint in Alabama's immigration debate‎ Published: Nov 23, 2011 "Fierce critics of Alabama's controversial new immigration law -- and one of its staunchest supporters -- are pointing to the arrest of a German Mercedes-Benz executive last week to make their case. Police in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pulled the man over because of a problem with the tag on the rental car he was driving, and then detained him when he didn't
Defense cuts, immigration policy: Key moments in Tuesday night’s GOP presidential debate Published: Nov 23, 2011 "Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said the nation’s immigration policies shouldn’t separate people “who have been here a quarter century” from their families. Gingrich said illegal immigrants without any ties to the U.S. should be deported and the nation should control its border. But he said Republicans shouldn’t “adopt an immigration policy which
Feds sue Utah over immigration law Published: Nov 23, 2011 "The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging Utah's immigration enforcement law, arguing that it usurps federal authority and could potentially lead to the harassment and detention of American citizens and authorized visitors. "A patchwork of immigration laws is not the answer and will only create further problems in our immigration
Newt Gingrich stands out on immigration at Republican debate Published: Nov 23, 2011 "Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich took issue with rival Mitt Romney's hard-line stance on immigration Tuesday night as the GOP candidates returned to a pivotal issue in their latest nationally televised debate. Gingrich said he did not want the Republican Party, which says it puts a premium on "family values," to promote immigration policies
Lawmakers: Unemployment Drop Related to Immigration Law‎ Published: Nov 22, 2011 "Unemployment numbers are down acrossAlabama. In Marshall County, a place known for its sizeable Hispanic population, the drop in unemployment is even more dramatic. Since lawmakers passed the illegal immigration law in June, a steady stream of illegal immigrants has left, paving the way for new employment opportunities for citizens. State Representative