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Evangelical Leaders Praise Momentum for Immigration Reform

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Monday, Senate leaders announced a bipartisan framework for immigration reform. This afternoon, President Obama set out similar proposals to guide the upcoming debate over a new immigration process, including an eventual road to citizenship. Having helped forge a new consensus on immigrants and immigration, evangelical leaders are responding favorably to the […]

President Obama Provides Moral Imperative for Immigration Reform
 “Most of Us Used to Be Them”

Washington D.C. – Today, in Las Vegas, President Obama urged the country to join him in moving forward on immigration reform, offering a proposal that addresses the pressing economic, cultural, and moral crisis facing the nation over immigration.  In doing so, he brought policies and principles down to one very important idea—that our American identity is […]

“Hazlo ahora”

Es el mensaje colectivo de los medios étnicos de comunicación a la Casa Blanca.   La Casa Blanca y el Congreso de Estados Unidos deben actuar rápidamente para promulgar una reforma migratoria integral que sea justa y humana. Después de las elecciones de 2012, ambos legisladores democráticos y republicanos han expresado la necesidad de actuar […]

Momentum For Immigration Reform

On the heels of yesterday’s unveiling of a bipartisan Senate blueprint for immigration reform, President Obama today laid out his administration’s plan for overhauling the nation’s immigration system.  NCLR (National Council of La Raza) welcomed the president’s aggressive push for action on this issue, which adds further evidence that 2013 is the year for immigration […]

Law Enforcement, Faith, CHC Leaders React to President’s Speech

 LAS VEGAS— Prospects for broad, commonsense immigration reform in 2013 have improved with the attention of the nation’s political leaders Monday and today. On Monday, a bipartisan group of senators released a framework for broad immigration reform that includes a conditional path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. This afternoon, President Obama laid out similar proposals to guide a […]

Reactions: Immigrant Rights Groups Won’t Settle For Anything Less Than a Path to Citizenship

Members of the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) applauded President Obama for making immigration reform his top priority and are encouraged by the bipartisan plan issued by a group of Senators, while stressing the importance of lawmakers focusing on keeping families together. “FIRM is adamant that all immigration bills that come before Congress must include […]

Remarks by President Obama on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Del Sol High School Las Vegas, Nevada 11:40 A.M. PST THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you!  (Applause.)  Thank you!  Thank you so much.  (Applause.)  It is good to be back in Las Vegas!  (Applause.)  And it is good to be among so many good friends. Let me start off by thanking everybody at Del Sol High School […]

FACT SHEET: Fixing our Broken Immigration System so Everyone Plays by the Rules

America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and there are 11 million people living in the shadows.  Neither is good for the economy or the country.  It is time to act to fix the broken immigration system in a way that requires responsibility from everyone —both from […]

Excerpts from the President’s Remarks on Immigration Reform

As Prepared for Delivery – “We need Congress to act on a comprehensive approach that finally deals with the 11 million undocumented immigrants who are in this country right now. The good news is that – for the first time in many years – Republicans and Democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together.  Members […]

México: confirman que cadáveres son de músicos desaparecidos

Las autoridades del estado de Nuevo León, en el norte de México, confirmaron que cuatro de los doce cadáveres hallados hasta el momento abandonados en un pozo corresponden a integrantes del grupo musical Kombo Kolombia, desaparecidos desde la semana pasada. En un principio se informó que al menos seis cadáveres fueron encontrados la tarde del […]

En busca del sueño perdido

Luisa Fernanda Montero Para La Red Hispana     Recientes estudios científicos  publicados en Nature Neuroscience – Neurociencia Natural – sugieren que los cambios cerebrales que vienen con el tiempo pueden interferir con la calidad del sueño y que el mal dormir, a la larga, limita la capacidad del cerebro para almacenar recuerdos. Ya había sido revelado […]