Citations for the November 17, 2014 TRMS

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MAY 14, 1987 - U.S. alien amnesty program begins; bishops urge keeping families intact (pdf)

October 22, 1987 - Ineligible Children Face Deportation, INS Says : Such Offspring Can Remain Only if Both Parents Qualify for Amnesty; Spouses Also May Be Ejected 

March 5, 1990 - New Policy Aids Families of Aliens

Heritage: NO BLANK CHECK FOR AMNESTY

SEPTEMBER 17, 1987 - THE PAPAL VISIT: DODGER STADIUM MASS GIVES IMMIGRANTS A NIGHT OF JOY

Al Franken media page

Senate Candidates Find A Way To Give Those Friendly Super PACs A Helping Hand

How the GOP used Twitter to stretch election laws

Ann Ravel - ‏@AnnMRavel - @asmith83 Shows that tech changing politics-this issue may come before us - but coordination rules sadly murky

Begich concedes after hard-fought Senate battle

See the Giant Inflatable Keystone Pipeline on Mary Landrieu’s Lawn

Want to see an inflatable Keystone XL pipeline? Of course you do.

Landrieu and Keystone Backers Need One Vote for Approval

Obscure Nebraska Panel May Hold Sway Over Keystone XL Pipeline

ACTION ALERT PINE RIDGE SD: Calling all Lakota Men on the Pine Ridge Reservation to come to Wanblee SD.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe: House Vote in Favor of Keystone XL Pipeline an Act of War

House approval of Keystone XL pipeline is an ‘act of war’: Rosebud Sioux Tribe

Legalization limbo in D.C.: Republican congress will have final say on city pot law

With focus elsewhere, GOP Congress shows little interest in blocking pot legalization in D.C.

Monica Wehby called John Kitzhaber after election about leading health agency, helping with reforms

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Citations for the November 17, 2014 TRMS

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