Monday, September 28, 2020

Congressional “Lame Duck” Session Offers Opportunity for the DREAM Act

This week, the members of Congress return to DC for what is dubbed a lame duck session.  This will be the final chance for the Democratic majority to tackle some major legislation before the Republicans assume the leadership of the House of Representatives in January. A number of controversial pieces of legislation await the returning […]

Hispanic Vote May Have Saved Senate for Democrats

A Washington Post analysis today suggests that the balance of power in the US Senate remains in the hands of the Democrats thanks to Latino voters. Bucking the national trend, California and Nevada re-elected Democrats.  And, what stands out in these states, is not only the size of their Latino voting populations, it is the […]