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Romney: 'More latitude, not less'

“Mitt Romney reacted to the Supreme Court's ruling on the Arizona immigration law by criticizing President Obama, blaming him for failing to lead on the issue,” USA Today notes. Romney said, "I believe each state has the duty -- and the right -- to secure our borders …
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Romney says he wished court gave states 'latitude' on immigration

Politics / US Politics : First Read (2 years ago)

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Mitt Romney pledged to reform the nation's immigration laws in his first year as president while criticizing the Supreme Court's immigration decision on Monday in broad terms. Romney told donors in Arizona that he ... Read Post

Here's Mitt Romney's Lame Response To The Supreme Court's Immigration Decision

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (2 years ago)

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney issued a statement this morning in response to the Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona's controversial immigration law, but wouldn't say whether he agrees or disagrees with the decision. H... Read Post

Supreme Court Says It’s Illegal For Arizona To Deny Drivers’ Licenses For The Undocumented

US Politics / Liberal : Alan Colmes' Liberaland (4 days ago)

The Supreme Court says Arizona can’t deny drivers’ licenses to undocumented immigrants granted legal status by President Obama in 2012. The court denied the state’s request to place a hold on a ruling issued by the San Francisco-bas... Read Post


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