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May 2013 Archives

Twister unites town divided by illegal immigration

The town of Kilpatrick, Alabama was known as "Little Mexico" or "Little Tijauna." Many Hispanics moved to the town 75 miles away from Birmingham to work in the chicken processing plants. Signs in spanish advertised food and services, and children spoke mostly spanish. The school system was nearly 60 percent Hispanic (even though they made up 4 percent of the state population).

Immigration bill to be heard on the Senate floor

The landmark immigration reform bill continues its arduous journey through the U.S. Sentate, and will now be readied for debate on the Senate floor. On Monday, the bill cleared its most important hurdle; passage through the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Analyses continuing on immigration reform bill

Work is continuing in the U.S. Senate (seemingly behind the scenes) on the landmark immigration bill. From the financial perspective, a group led by Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) is reviewing a study provided by the Social Security Administration that could resolve some questions about the effect increased immigration would have on Social Security. 

Cesar Chavez's complicated relationship with immigration law

Today, many groups across the United States will take part in May Day celebrations. While they tend to center on human rights, many will focus on rights for illegal immgrants (and immigration reform). With these being very tough issues even as Congress embarks on a reform bill, it is interesting to revisit Cesar Chavez's past views on the topic.

Cesar Chavez's complicated relationship with immigration law

Today, many groups across the United States will take part in May Day celebrations. While they tend to center on human rights, many will focus on rights for illegal immgrants (and immigration reform). With these being very tough issues even as Congress embarks on a reform bill, it is interesting to revisit Cesar Chavez's past views on the topic.

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