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GOP Senators File Supreme Court Brief Challenging Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

A coalition of U.S. Republican senators filed a U.S. Supreme Court brief challenging the legality of President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions.
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Democratic National Committee Resolution Reinforces Focus on Immigration Reform, Workers' Rights

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) reinforced their mission as the political party for comprehensive immigration reform during its summer meeting in Minneapolis.
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Hillary Clinton's Immigration Executive Action Comments Questioned at the White House

Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's comments on immigration executive action have been under the spotlight even by the White House.
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Hillary Clinton Calls for Immigrant Detention Reforms, Receives Support from National Groups

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has called for comprehensive immigration reform and support of President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions, but the former secretary of state also spoke about reforms on immigrant detention and its practices.
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Hillary Clinton Supports, Would 'Go Even Further' on President Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a Democratic Party presidential candidate, spoke about her stance on immigration reform and support on building from President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions.
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Poll: Voters Oppose Obama's Immigration Executive Actions, Support Ground Troops Against ISIS

A majority of Americans believe President Barack Obama loves America but support for his immigration executive actions are not positive.
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Immigration Executive Action Delay Affected Latino Influence, Turnout on Election Day, Says Latino Decisions

U.S. Latino voters felt less enthusiastic about President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party for the immigration executive action delay, and polling data suggests the wait resulted in Latino voters staying home for the midterm election.
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President Obama Meets with DREAMers; Senators Struggle to Debate DHS Funding, Immigration Executive Action

U.S. Senate Democrats have blocked the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's (DHS)' 2015 fiscal year budget, and President Barack Obama and the GOP are voicing their opinions on the latest gridlock over immigration.
Senate to Vote Tuesday

Senate Democrats to Block Homeland Security Funding Bill Affecting DACA's Future

The U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote Tuesday on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding bill, which includes amendments that would block President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions.
Obama's Executive Actions Could Mean More Provisional Waivers for Immigrants

26 States File Lawsuit to Stop President's Actions Despite Expected GDP Growth

President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions are projected to increase the U.S. economy by at least $90 billion, and the economic growth includes billions of dollars for the 26 states suing against the president’s actions.

US Immigration Agents Instructed to ID Detained Undocumented Immigrants' Deferred Action Eligibility

Under President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions, U.S. immigration agents have been instructed to ask apprehended undocumented immigrants if they might qualify for his deferred action programs.
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House Speaker John Boehner Suggests Lawsuit Against President Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

Speaker of the House John Boehner announced plans to sue President Barack Obama on his Nov. 20 immigration executive actions.
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Potential GOP Prez Candidate Jeb Bush Wants To 'Politely Ask' Unwelcomed Undocumented Immigrants to Leave U.S.

Potential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has come under fire for recent remarks he made about undocumented immigrants in the U.S, saying the nation should ask 40 percent of its undocumented immigrant population to "politely leave" the country.
Washington, DC Attorney General, 12 States Ask Federal Court to Uphold Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

Nevada Joins Immigration Executive Action Opposition Lawsuit Despite Growing Latino Population

Two more states have joined a multi-state coalition to sue President Barack Obama's latest immigration executive actions.
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Rep. Steve King Defends 'Deportable' Term, Undocumented Immigrant Youths Removed from Iowa Freedom Summit

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, a staunch opponent of President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions, has defended his use of the term "deportable" towards an undocumented immigrant who was a guest at the State of the Union.
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Latino Millennials Talk Economy, Free Community College & Immigration After State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama covered several topics during the latest State of the Union address on Jan. 20, ranging from the free community college program, immigration and notably the economy. Latin Post spoke with Latino millennials about the State of the Union on the aforementioned topics.
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