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A Showdown on the California DREAM Act Looms

On Tuesday, the California state assembly’s Higher Education Committee passed AB 130 that will allow illegal immigrants to qualify for financial aid for higher education.

More Reasons Why California’s AB 78 Must Be Defeated

Last week’s CAPS’ legislative alert warned concerned Californians that Assemblymember Tony Mendoza (D-Norwalk) wants to put an advisory refer

Congressional Push for Mandatory E-Verify Continues

Last week, Rep. John Carter (R-Texas) introduced bi-partisan legislation that would require all U.S. employers to use E-Verify for both new hires and existing employees.

Birthright Citizenship Act of 2011 Would Close Loophole

With H.R. 140, the "Birthright Citizenship Act of 2011," the current practice of granting automatic citizenship simply by virtue of a child having been birthed on U.S.

Busy, Scary Week Ahead on Capitol Hill: Immigration on Center Stage

Immigration, always a hot button, takes center stage this week.

After the Elections: Now the Real Work for We the People Begins!

Last Tuesday the voices of the citizens of our nation were heard as the voters went to the polls and cast their ballots that were reflective of their concerns and frustration.  Once again the majority of Americans voted for "Change" but clearly not the change that was promised by Ba

The Sting

The MSN Encarta online dictionary provides a number of definitions for the word “sting.” The 8th definition for this word is as follows: orchestrated swindle: an underhanded scheme, especially a carefully planned and orchestrated swindle ( slang )

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