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BY Marisol Marquez | Tampa, FL | 2/15/15
More than 30 people gathered at the First United Church of Tampa, Feb. 14, for Raíces en Tampa's "Stop the Heartbreak" Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) panel.
BY Sean Orr | United States | 2/14/14
During a visit to Capitol Hill, Feb. 3, the leadership of United We Dream (UWD), the largest network of Dreamer (undocumented youth) organizations in the U.S., announced that they might be willing to support the Republican Party’s new "Principles for Immigration Reform," if it meant that a bill would pass.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 11/22/13
On Nov. 19, President Obama stated in an interview at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council that he was willing to go along with the piecemeal approach to immigration reform advocated by Republicans in the House of Representatives.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 10/10/13
In the first four years of the Obama administration, there were as many deportations of undocumented immigrants as in the eight years of Bush. Deportations under Obama are now on track to hit 2 million by the end of this year.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 9/07/13
25 people gathered outside of Florida Senator Marco Rubio's office on Sept. 7 to demand legalization for all and equality for undocumented immigrants.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 6/18/13
As the U.S. Senate has begun debating the immigration reform bill, on June 20 the Legalization for All Network is organizing a national call-in day to demand that senators make the immigration reform bill better.
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 5/24/13
As the millionaires in the U.S. Congress debate the content of a ‘comprehensive immigration reform’ bill, immigrant rights activists around the country will send a strong message from the streets in a national week of action May 28-31.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 1/28/13
On Monday, January 28, a bipartisan group of eight Senators, four Democrats and four Republicans, announced a framework for “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” or CIR. On Jan. 29, President Obama will be putting out his position, marking the beginning of an effort to “reform” U.S. immigration law this year. Unfortunately the Senate proposal is not what the community needs and justice demands; indeed, it is often quite the opposite.
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