The members of the 113th Congress have almost managed the impossible — to beat the Do-Nothing Congress of 1947-48, the one excoriated for enacting only 395 bits of legislation. 1,492 more words
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By Marcela García
BOSTON GLOBE – December 01, 2013
Immigration reform is dead — or maybe not, depending on whom you talk to.
Yet, in a refreshing response to Washington political sclerosis, some Massachusetts lawmakers are following the lead of a handful of states that have recently implemented measures to fill the void left by the ghost of immigration reform. 711 more words
Our unique propensity to circumvent coerced delayed gratification is responsible for fast food, rapid check-ins and check-outs, express lanes, in-home DVRs and on-line MBAs. 351 more words
President Obama called for common sense immigration reform today during a speech in San Francisco. Towards the end of the speech, some young attendees (presumably Dreamers ) started chanting “stop deportations’. 209 more words