Let's Get Past The Rhetoric Around Immigration Reform, Law360

04.28.15

On Nov. 20, 2014, President Obama reacted to the recent landslide Republican victory in the congressional elections by spitting square into the face of the GOP and the Tea Party, announcing his intention to address the problem of illegal immigration by executive action. That announcement has spawned a great deal of discussion, consternation and even some litigation. Much has been stated about the president’s authority, or lack thereof, to use his executive powers to address illegal immigration. Even in a country where a large percentage of the population cannot name the vice president, almost everyone seems aware of the president’s proclaimed intentions. Very few Americans, however, actually understand the specifics of what the president has proposed or how it would be accomplished. So, let’s get past the rhetoric and get down to the nitty-gritty (Read Full Article).

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