WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama told Hispanic voters on Thursday he was ready to sign a broad-based immigration fix, blaming his political rivals in Washington for blocking one of his major unmet campaign promises from 2008.
President Obama and his rivals launched major initiatives Wednesday to reach out to Hispanic voters. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images. The next stage in identity politics has arrived, with both President Obama's campaign and the Rep... Read Post
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is backing off its demand that President Barack Obama act by Thanksgiving on executive action aimed at repairing the immigration system. Instead, the group is set to approve a resolution calling for... Read Post