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President Trump Revises His Executive Order on Immigration After Widespread Public Uproar

Callie Fucarino ’20 –– Inside Politics Participant    According to the “New York Times,” which President Trump also referred to as the “Failing New York Times,” Mr. Trump has  ordered the Department of  Homeland Security to take actions against undocumented immigrants. These drastic actions include the include the removal of privacy protections for illegal aliens, […]

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All Talk, No Action? Immigration Reform at a Stalemate in the House

Audrey Bowler ’16  Inside Politics Immigration reform has loomed large on the American public policy stage in recent months; however, progress has been stalled in the House of Representatives as the Republican Party struggles to incorporate the concept of immigration policy into their party platform without compromising key ideals. Sixteen months after losing the White […]

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Week in Review: Immigration Reform Piecing Together

Sarah Rands Keasler ’16 President George W. Bush fought for immigration reform while he was in office. But his bill, a comprehensive measure that strengthened border security while also creating a temporary guest worker program, ultimately failed to get through Congress. As President Obama begins his fifth year in the White House the nation sees […]