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Praxedis Teran, left and Angel Coronilla, in their mobile home in Foley, Ala. on Oct. 7, 2011, shortly after Alabama passed one of the strictest immigration laws in the country.

Alabama is still paying for its immigration crackdown

05/07/14 03:53PM

HB 56, Alabama’s toughest-in-the-nation immigration law, is all but dead, but it’s still costing taxpayers money to bury it.The state settled a lawsuit with the Southern Poverty Law Center this week over a provision that barred undocumented immigrants from renewing their mobile home registration. read more

Anti-Amnesty Groups Rally Against Immigration Reform In DC

Is an anti-immigration think tank moving left?

01/21/14 05:36PM

Conservative economist and writer Stephen Moore has spent over a decade calling for immigration reform across multiple presidential administrations. Former Senator Jim DeMint has spent the same period rallying against “amnesty” at every turn.Now Moore is joining the Heritage Foundation, which is helmed by DeMint, as its chief economist. read more