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What the #Immigration Executive Actions Mean for You and Your Family: 8 Things You Need to Know

Originally posted on Huffington Post

Last week President Obama announced he will take series of executive actions designed to strengthen the border, hold undocumented parents of U.S. 1,109 more words

The Washington Post fact checks Saturday Night Live's "I'm Just a Bill" parody of Barack Obama's Executive immigration action

 Last weekend Saturday Night Live opened up the show with a parody of the old School House Rock’s “I’m Just a Bill” cartoon and it was absolutely hilarious. 296 more words


Immigration Developments for Highly Skilled Workers: Changes the Business Community Can Expect as a Result of President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration Reform

On Thursday, November 20th, coinciding with President Obama’s announcement regarding his forthcoming executive action on immigration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson issued a  2,297 more words


Facing South Florida: Immigration Reform

President Barack Obama moves forward with his executive action to extend protection to about 5 million individuals in the country illegally. Jim focuses on what it all means in a discussion with Cheryl Little, the executive director of Americans for Immigration Justice. 11 more words

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"The Light Is On...But": This Man Wants Us To Take Him Seriously

On the good side, unlike Michelle Malkin, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky doesn’t think the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War Two was sound policy. 227 more words


"Please Proceed Senator": Ted Cruz Wants To Fight Obama Over Immigration, But He Forgot About One Thing

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is calling for congressional Republicans to fight back against President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, saying they should refuse to confirm the president’s nominees until he reverses course. 516 more words


Learning to Hold the Light

By Molly Greenfield

It’s getting to that point in the semester where I am beginning to reflect on what this semester has meant to me. When I think about my professional learning, I am floored with gratitude. 506 more words