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Denying interest in vice presidency, Rubio pushes version of Dream Act

Hoping to boost his party’s image with Hispanic voters, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) launched a one-man push Thursday to promote a modified version of legislation to benefit undocumented children whose parents brought them to this nation. Read full article >>
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Rubio Keeps Eye on 2016

Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire (3 years ago)

Howard Kurtz says Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) insists he's not interested in a vice presidential bid in 2012, noting that his party can't solve its Hispanic problem just by drafting "a person whose name ends in a vowel." However, while ... Read Post

Marco Rubio: Critics of Immigration Bill Were Right

Politics / US Politics : Washington Wire (6 hours ago)

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Friday that he is indebted to America for welcoming his Cuban immigrant parents, while he continued to back away from his 2013 legislation that would have allowed illegal immigrants to become U.S. citiz... Read Post

Rubio, Republican Senators To Push Non-Citizenship DREAM Act In Hopes Of Wooing Latino Voters

US Politics / Liberal : Think Progress (3 years ago)

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has made it clear he wants to push for a GOP-backed DREAM Act that would give undocumented students legal status — but not citizenship — and now Republicans hope to use this watered-down version of the bill t... Read Post

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