A federal judge in Texas Monday temporarily blocked President Obama's November executive action on immigration.
"He may have no blood relations in the United States, but he has thousands of brothers and sisters."
"The president's executive action on immigration is a step forward for America. We need to support his efforts to address our broken immigration system."
Today, a group of undocumented youth interrupted prospective 2016 Presidential candidate and former Texas Governor, Rick Perry.
Yesterday, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill that would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
A bill to extend health coverage to all Californians regardless of their immigration status will be among items California's new legislature will consider.
In the year and a half since the Senate passed a bipartisan immigration reform bill, House leaders refused to permit a vote on it.
In a bold and welcome action, Obama announced he would temporarily end the threat of deportation for an estimated five million undocumented immigrants.
A new poll by Hart Research Associates shows broad support for the executive actions on immigration announced last week by the president.
President Obama's action does not fix all the problems. But it will temporarily make life for five million families safer, better and happier.