In 2010, conservative immigration groups vehemently opposed the DREAM Act — and it looks like they’re going to do the same to Sen. Marco Rubio’s DREAM Act, even though (based on the details available; the legislation itself hasn’t been released yet) Rubio’s would only provide young adults who were brought here illegally as minors with non-immigrant visas, while the 2010 DREAM would have put them on a path to citizenship.
The Tampa Bay Times is asking whether Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) still supports the “Gang of Eight” immigration legislation. “Sen. Marco Rubio has for months positioned himself as the focus of the immigration debate, the reason why a b... Read Post
Sen. Marco Rubio If Sen. Marco Rubio's immigration plan did make it into legislation this year, it would be dead on arrival, according House Speaker John Boehner. The Florida Republican has proposed an alternative the DREAM Act. Not... Read Post