House group finalizing immigration bill
3, 2013, file photo, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, left, performs a mock swearing in for Rep.
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#1 Apr 5, 2013
SI SE PUEDE!!!!
#2 Apr 5, 2013
Qué Pasa in Immigration: Marco Rubio, And a House Immigration Bill
quepasaQué Pasa is our weekly roundup of news, opinion, and links from Spanish-Language online news publications:
In this week in Spanish language media: outlets like La Opinión discussed Marco Rubios stall on immigration reform and speculated about his motives. On the one hand, Rubio promises to be a leader in passing immigration reform and could be the GOPs saving grace in winning back Latino voters. On the other, he spends much of his time appealing to the ultra-right-wing of his party and now appears to be following the lead of anti-immigrant Senators like Jeff Sessions and Chuck Grassley in asking for a slow legislative process for immigration reform.
Rubios motives? According to La Opinón, he wants to keep the support of Latino voters who want immigration reform, while remaining the darling of conservative Tea Partiers who dont want reform. Rubio cant have it both ways. He cant sidle up to anti-immigrant opponents whose support he might need for the presidential primaries in 2016, while claiming to support the Latino and immigrant communities he would surely need to win a general election.
Also this week, several outlets including La Opinión, Telemundo, and Univisión, covered the NYT story about the upcoming House immigration bill. The bill is said to have three potential paths to citizenship, one for DREAMers and agricultural workers, one for those who have US citizen family members or those who qualify based on employment, and one for those who accept that they violated the law, pay back taxes, and learn English. This last group would have to wait 10 years for a permanent residency but would not have to leave the country.
Lori Montenegro, a reporter for Telemundo, interviewed Mario Díaz Balart about the bill draft and the legislative battle still ahead.To accomplish something this controversial and complicate,d we think that we have to do it calmly, quietly, and without emotions to try and get a bipartisan agreement, Díaz-Balart said.Without getting into many details, weve been able to resolve many of the difficult issues. We still have some issues left, but theyre not the issues we usually hear about from the community.
#3 Apr 5, 2013
What you mean Si Se Puede? We've already have!!!
#4 Apr 5, 2013
Mayela -- What do you mean he can't have it both ways?
ILLEGAL ALIENS want to have it both ways. They want to march around in a country where they don't belong demanding their "rights". They come here for one purpose and that is to steal jobs and benefits from Americans. They want to live here but they want to send money they earn in this country back "home".
How about one of these solutions:
1) The U.S. immediately starts enforcing all of our immigration laws. That includes the fines and penalties against employers and landlords for aiding and abetting ILLEGAL ALIENS. We enforce them for 5 years before any reform is discussed.
2) we immediately adopt and enforce the immigration and deportation laws of Mexico.
#5 Apr 13, 2013
Like wow excuses,,
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