Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has been busy this week opposing Republican efforts to overhaul the nation’s immigration system, from authoring an op-ed to hand-delivering a 30-page memo claiming that immigration reform would devastate the American economy.
Just as House Republicans prepare to release a new, narrower proposal that they hope has a better chance of passage, Ryan seemed to step back from his previous support for reform, suggesting that something like the Senate bill would be "amnesty."
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When Cristian Avila was rejected for a college scholarship a few years ago, his mother “fell to her knees” crying and profusely apologized. That was the moment Avila found out that he was undocumented.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), an immigration restrictionist, authored an op-ed piece over the weekend that falsely claims that the soon-to-be released House Republican immigration plan would disproportionately affect American workers. Here are three ways