Arizona Immigration Laws News
Gay and Undocumented Arizonans Celebrate Veto of Refusal of Service Bill
For Dago Bailon, a gay and undocumented immigrant who said he has lived most of his life in Arizona, watching Gov. Jan Brewer veto a refusal of service bill was only worth a brief celebratory moment. "You can't cover discrimination with just one veto," he told ABCNews.com today. "I believe there is
Arizona Immigration Protesters Block Court Proceedings
Immigration activists chained themselves to buses and blocked an entrance to a federal courthouse in Tucson, Ariz., today, halting immigration proceedings that could have resulted in deportations. Protesters forced two buses carrying detainees on their way to court for immigration cases to stop for
How to Defy Federal Immigration Authorities and Win
A new law in California will limit how much the state cooperates with the federal government on immigration enforcement. That’s irritating to some activists, like D.A. King. King is the founder of the Dustin Inman Society, a Georgia-based non-profit group that supports stricter enforcement of
Replacing Napolitano Could Trigger Immigration Showdown
Janet Napolitano, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, will announce her resignation on Friday. She's leaving in early September to run the University of California system. Napolitano's departure comes amidst the biggest push for immigration reform in decades. The former
Republican Scott Walker Backs Immigration Reform
Wisconsin Governor Endorses Path to Citizenship For Undocumented Immigrants
Your Guide to the House Immigration Bills
The more than 1,000-page immigration reform bill in the Senate would reshape the country's immigration system, opening up more pathways for people to come to the U.S. legally and devoting tens of billions of dollars to border security. That bill has gotten a lot of attention. But there's also been
Jan Brewer: Senate Immigration Bill 'Victory for Arizona'
Champion of Arizona's SB 1070 Law Backs Reform Effort, Citing Border Security.
House Committee Would Criminalize Being Undocumented
One small step for immigration in the Senate, one giant leap backward in the House? While the Senate was working to amend the bipartisan immigration bill on the floor, the House Judiciary Committee was busy late Tuesday night passing its piecemeal approach to immigration overhaul....
Jeff Sessions Wants to Single-Handedly Crush Immigration Reform
If you've been paying attention to the immigration debate in Congress, then you've probably noticed Jeff Sessions. It would be hard to find a more persistent and vocal foe of the bipartisan Senate immigration bill than the Alabama Republican. But so far, Sessions has appeared to be more of a lone