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Obama's Immigration Order Will Be Legal. But Will the Public Like It?
November 20, 2014

Polls suggest voters are skeptical of executive action, but they're tired gridlock—and like the substance of what Obama is likely to do

The Lame Duck Government Was Busy Yesterday
Keystone fails, but here comes immigration
November 19, 2014

Keystone isn't going anywhere and neither is immigration reform, which is why Obama is about to act.

Obama's First Counterattack: Executive Action on Immigration
November 05, 2014

Spoiler: Republicans won't be happy.

Obama Deserves Credit, Not Criticism, for His Recent Immigration Record
October 02, 2014

There's a reason you don't hear about the "border crisis" anymore.

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.

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