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Video Blog-October 31, 2013

Don Mooers discusses the Infosys visa fraud settlement and its importance to companies hiring foreign workers. Weekly Video Blog 10/31/2013  
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Immigration Reform is Definitely Undead

Greg Sargent, The Washington Post “We now have three House Republicans who have signed on to the House Dem comprehensive immigration reform bill, putting immigration reform officially back in the ‘undead’ category.” Full Story
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Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Supports Democrat-Led Immigration Bill

Elise Foley, Huffington Post “Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) became the second Republican on Tuesday to sign on to a Democrat-led comprehensive immigration reform bill that would increase border security, change the legal immigration system and provide a path to citizenship f
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Business-Conservative Alliance Presses for Immigration Action

Ashley Parker, The New York Times “’Our plea is to act now, do it now, lead,’ Stan Lockhart, a former chairman of the Utah Republican Party, said Tuesday in an interview as he explained the group’s basic pitch. ‘Ask House leadership to lead, and let’s pass what’s pos
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Marco Rubio Sparks Immigration Debate

Seung Min Kim, Politico “Marco Rubio’s latest comments supporting scaled-back immigration reform may not be the death knell for the effort that they seem.” Full Story
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Immigration Advocates Want Human Rights Monitors to Oversee U.S. Deportations

Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times “Immigrant advocates on Monday asked international human rights monitors to step in and oversee the Obama administration’s deportation policies, saying the U.S. is violating international standards both in how it detains people and who it choo
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What Are the Chances for Immigration Reform in 2013?

PBS Newshour “Just how significant is the announcement out of California that a Republican congressman will co-sponsor legislation providing a pathway to citizens for millions of undocumented people living in the country? Alan Gomez, who reports on immigration issues for USA Tod
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Republican Congressman Jeff Denham Will Join Democrats in Immigration Overhaul Push

Peter Wallsten, The Washington Post “A Republican congressman from a heavily Hispanic district is breaking ranks from his party to join Democrats in an eleventh-hour push for a broad immigration overhaul before the end of the year.” Full Story
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Immigration Poses Threat of Another Republican Rift

Eric Lipton and Ashley Parker, The New York Times “A push to bring immigration legislation to the House floor, led by an unusual coalition of business executives, prominent conservatives and evangelical leaders, threatens to create another schism in the Republican Party and coul
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Immigration Reform Not Dead Yet, Advocates Insist

Elise Foley, Huffington Post “Immigration reform advocates said they’re annoyed at the glut of news articles in the past week suggesting comprehensive reform is dead. They insist reform can still happen in the House, and they’ll fight until it does.” Full Story
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