Tag: DACA

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Sessions Vows to Appeal Court Order to Reinstate DACA Amnesty

Attorney General Jeff Sessions responded on Monday to a D.C. federal court’s declaration that the Trump administration cannot discontinue the Obama-era DACA amnesty program for illegal aliens, promising that the Justice Department will appeal the decision.

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Report: AG Sessions Is Rewriting Asylum Regulations

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is drafting a regulation that will narrow the asylum rules and likely deter many migrants from seeking asylum in the United States, according to Vox.com. 

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Ryan’s Business-First Amnesty Crushed, Gets Only 121 Votes

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s amnesty bill got only 121 GOP votes in the House, marking a huge defeat despite his earlier effort to gain votes from business-first legislators by offering to add two huge visa-worker programs.

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Dick Durbin to GOP: ‘Be Unafraid of Breitbart’

The Democratic Party’s leading amnesty advocate in the Senate is urging Republicans to “be unafraid of Breitbart” and to oppose the President’s enforcement of popular border laws.

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Trump vs. Obama: Two Approaches to Migrant Families and Minors

Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump were both faced with the issue of unaccompanied minors and family units following the passage of a law by a Democrat-controlled Congress and signed by President George W. Bush in 2008. The law, intended to curb human smuggling, became a magnet for families and children to the U.S. border.

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Kochs, Roundtable, Chamber, Slam Ryan’s Immigration Amnesty

Three business groups are denouncing House Speaker Paul Ryan’s amnesty bill for making modest and popular cuts to the legal immigration programs which provide business with extra consumers, renters, and workers.

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Hull: Donald Trump Right to Oppose Ryan Amnesty

Last week on Fox and Friends, President Trump was asked about Speaker Ryan’s proposed compromise immigration bill and the conservative alternative proposed by Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.  “I’m looking at both of them,” Trump said. “I certainly wouldn’t sign the more moderate one.”