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New York Times immigration reporter drops pretense of objectivity

Illegal immigration is an issue of great importance in California. It affects our economy, our schools, our social services, our prisons and much more. fast shingles cure Whether you support the status quo, the proposals from President Obama or President

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Trust Act headed to Gov. Brown's desk

An amended version of the Trust Act, a law that would dramatically alter the relationship between local and federal immigration enforcement in California, passed the State Assembly Tuesday 48-25. Gov. Jerry Brown will now consider signing the bill into law,

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Liberals should fret about poor’s fate, post-immigration ‘reform’ 6

June 28, 2013 By Chris Reed One of the most striking things about the debate over changing our immigration laws is the refusal to have a real discussion about what would happen to existing citizens with relatively few job skills

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Immigration reform creating jobs … for lawyers 5

June 27, 2013 By John Seiler As I’ve mentioned, I’m for some kind of immigration reform — just not the 844-page monstrosity, S. 744, the Senate just passed, 68-32. Nobody knows what’s in it, not even its authors. To read its

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Obama misrepresents immigration bill 5

June 12, 2013 By John Seiler I read President Obama’s speech yesterday on the immigration reform bill. He said some inspiring words about the achievements of immigrants. What he did not do is come clean about what’s in the bill.

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CA anti-sprawl laws fail, TX low-zoning works 17

May 28, 2013  By Wayne Lusvardi Californians are fleeing the center of their big cities while suburbs are suffering from slow growth. If it were not for international in-migration, California’s older big cities would be suffering from population decline the

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Immigration bill bloats to 867 pages 2

May 7, 2013 By John Seiler As I mentioned two weeks ago, the Gang of 8 immigration bill, S. 744, extended to 844 pages of indecipherable governmentese. Here’s an example of what I quoted: Page 65: 17 (ii) EXCEPTIONS.—The discretionary 

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Ex-CA Senate Dem candidate tees off on immigration ‘reform’ 7

April 17, 2013 By Chris Reed Mickey Kaus, the Los Angeles journalist and author who ran against Sen. Barbara Boxer in the 2010 Democratic primary, has emerged as the sharpest critic of the immigration overhaul expected to emerge this week

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Lawmakers ignore state’s lead role in immigrant intimidation 11

March 7, 2013 By Katy Grimes SACRAMENTO — At a Capitol hearing Wednesday, Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, D-West Covina, charged that California employers frequently threaten immigrant workers with deportation and abuse. The Assembly Labor and Employment Committee hearing took place after a press

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Immigration debate over in CA 9

March 4, 2013 By Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO — As the cliché goes, elections have consequences. And the Nov. 6 election results have had dramatic consequences in California. The debate over immigration — legal and otherwise, but, especially, otherwise — is

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