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On Thursday, January 25, 2018, the White House released an outline of the President’s plan for DACA recipients and “Dreamers.”  The plan is widely considered to be a starting point for negotiations which the White House has released in advance of the promised bi-partisan immigration debate that was negotiated by […]

By Siobhan Hughes, Kristina Peterson and Louise Radnofsky, The Wall Street Journal President Donald Trump for the first time said publicly that he supported a pathway to citizenship for young, undocumented immigrants brought to the country by their parents, moving a step closer to bipartisan group seeking a way around […]

By Kristina Peterson, Janet Hook and Natalie Andrews, The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON—Congress approved a measure Monday to fund the government for about three weeks and halt a three-day shutdown, after Senate Democrats accepted GOP leaders’ assurance that they would bring an immigration bill to the floor in the coming […]

By Anna Maria Barry-Jester, FiveThirtyEight President Trump’s disparaging comments in an Oval Office meeting last week about Haiti and “shithole” (or “shithouse”) African countries felt like the immigration debate had reached a new place. It has — but not just because of that meeting. There’s been a massive conservative shift in the […]