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SCOTUS Reinstates Remain in Mexico Policy

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The Supreme Court reinstated Pres. Trump's Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) policy today after a lower court issued an injunction against the program last month. The MPP, more commonly known as the Remain in Mexico policy, has been the single most effective action taken by the Trump Administration to discourage surges along the Southern border.

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Super Tuesday and Immigration Politics

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  by  Jeremy Beck
There has been widespread chatter among pundits on both the left and the right that the 2020 Democratic candidates have been moving too far left on immigration, taking positions more extreme than Hilary Clinton who was trounced by Trump among immigration voters. But will Republicans make a clear enough distinction to take advantage of the opportunity?

"A big mistake." "Folly." "Insane." "Death knell." "Political malpractice." Is anyone playing to win on immigration?

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Best immigration-reduction Senator of our lifetime won runoff slot to regain seat

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  by  Roy Beck

Two of the seven GOP Senate candidates in Alabama's Primary this week ran on immigration-reduction platforms after having earned career A+ NumbersUSA grades for their work in Congress.

Together, the two won 58% of the votes on Tuesday (31.7% by Jeff Sessions and 24.9% by Bradley Byrne). Sessions and former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville (who won 33.4%) will compete in a March 31 runoff election.

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DHS Acting Director Chad Wolf Acknowledges COVID-19 Threat at the Border

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After some 328 illegal aliens from China have been caught illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border so far this year, concerns were raised as to the possibility of foreign nationals suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) sneaking across the border perhaps unaware they are infectious.

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Mich. Business Leaders Release 'Michigan Compact' in Support of Depressed Wages and More Jobless Americans

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Concerned about what they see as "divisive rhetoric" during an election year, business leaders across Michigan issued a statement last week stressing their support for the immigration policies which have stagnated wages and lead to more and more jobless Americans.

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