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What Matters Most to Latino Voters? It's Not Always Immigration Reform.
September 25, 2014

A conversation with Gary M. Segura, co-author of Latino America: How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nation.

It's the End of the Border Crisis as We Know It
New data on the number of kids crossing the border prove it
September 08, 2014

New data on the number of kids crossing the border prove it.

Screw Politics, Obama Should Act On Deportations as Soon as Possible
September 02, 2014

The case for delaying deportation relief for political reasons is very thin.

Obama's Executive Power Isn't What He Thinks It Is
August 14, 2014

Congress, not the president, has the sole authority to write laws.

The Immigration Debate Takes a Surprising Twist
When was the last time Chait and McArdle agreed on anything?
August 13, 2014

Pundits are lining up in some unpredictable ways

Why Did the Washington Post Flip Flop on Obama's Immigration Policy?
August 08, 2014

Some of the critics who were pressuring President Obama to extend deportation relief are now warning him to beg off.

The Immigration Argument That Almost Nobody Mentions
Whatever President Obama does, President Cruz could undo
August 08, 2014

Whatever President Obama does, President Cruz could undo.

The House GOP Embarrassed Itself Thursday
August 01, 2014

Boehner and Co. were determined to prove to America that they could actually govern. Thanks to Ted Cruz, they proved the opposite.

These 5 Things Will Decide Whether Obama Reduces Deportations
July 31, 2014

Why Obama might want to go big on protecting undocumented immigrants—and why he might not.

Congress Is Running out of Time to Pass These Necessary Bills
July 29, 2014

The two sides have actually made some progress on two big issues, but the toughest one still remains.

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