Friday, December 6, 2019

House votes to flout Obama’s immigration action

In what looks to be the start of a tenuous working relationship, the House voted on Wednesday to do away with major provisions of President Obama’s immigration policy. In a 236 to 191 vote with only ten Republicans working against it, the move revoked legal protections for undocumented immigrants once-guaranteed by Obama’s actions, and put […]

Hispanic Media Perceives the Fate of Immigration Reform Lies in John Boehner’s Hands

        In light of the Immigration Bill getting passed to the House of Representatives, Hispanic media has identified House Speaker John Boehner as the individual responsible for the fate of the comprehensive reform. “Like it or not, the Hispanic media perceives that approving or rejecting immigration reform is in the hands of […]

Florida Senate Panel Blocks Immigration Tuition Bill

Florida’s Senate Higher Education Committee blocked a bill this Tuesday that, if passed, would have granted in-state tuition for certain children born in the U.S. to undocumented immigrants. The conditions of the Senate bill in question, SB 1018, would have allowed those children to pay in-state tuition provided that they graduated from a Florida high […]