immigration

A bipartisan group of senators led by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick DurbinDick DurbinGOP eyes new strategy to derail Biden infrastructure plan White House defends ‘aspirational’ goal of 62,500 refugees Biden on refugee cap: ‘We couldn’t do two things at once’ MORE (D-Ill.) met Wednesday afternoon to explore the possibility of immigration reform legislation that
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A bipartisan group of senators that met privately Wednesday agreed to have their staffs draft a document outlining incremental immigration changes so they “can build from there,” Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) told Axios. Why it matters: The Republicans and Democrats recognize that Congress has failed numerous times to pass comprehensive reform, so now they’re looking
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A bill that initially proposed barring much of the collaboration between federal immigration authorities and local law enforcement has survived a deadline but in a heavily watered down form, illustrating how politically dicey the issue has been even for Democratic lawmakers in session after session. AB376, sponsored by Assemblywoman Selena Torres (D-Las Vegas), was rid
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