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U.S. Census Bureau: Immigration Will Drive U.S. Population to Over 400 Million by 2060

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A recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau projects that the United States population will soar to 404 million by the year 2060, primarily because of the 1.5 million illegal and legal immigrants pouring into the country annually. With 326 million people currently residing in the U.S., immigration alone will increase that number by a staggering 78 million people over the course of just 40 years.

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Appeals Courts Frees Texas to Implement Anti-Sanctuary Law

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A three-judge panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals stayed lower court injunctions that had partially blocked implementation of a Texas anti-sanctuary law. A District Court will now consider the merits of the case although opponents are still free to challenge the manner in which Texas implements the law.

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Report: President Trump Will Trade DACA Extension for Border Wall Funding

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According to the Washington Post, White House officials asked Republican congressional leaders to explore cutting a deal in the omnibus spending bill that trades a short-term extension of DACA status for short-term border wall funding. The White House has denied the report but if such an offer has been discussed, it would mark a stunning reduction in the demands President Trump established for a DACA amnesty.

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Pres. Trump Calls on Congress 'to block funds' for Sanctuary Cities

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Pres. Trump urged Congressional Leadership to block funds from going to jurisdictions operating under sanctuary policies, specifically calling out city officials in California, New York, Denver, and Colorado, for their repeated refusal to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

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Texas Republican Voters Overwhelmingly Back Non-Binding E-Verify Proposition

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  by  Van Esser

When Republicans in Texas went to the polls for the March 6th primary election, they weren’t just asked to elect candidates. They also voted on eleven non-binding ballot propositions. And by a 9-1 margin, Republican voters said employers should be required to use E-Verify.

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Media Largely Ignores Effects of Mass Immigration on Black Americans, But Voices Are Out There

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  by  Eric Ruark

If one relies on traditional media outlets, one will hear a very simple narrative --you can either be for or against immigration, and anyone who wants to reduce immigration falls into the latter category. In fact, most Americans want to see lower levels of immigration, and that view transcends political affiliation, ideology, religion, and race. Views on what "immigration reform" means are diverse, and so are the people who voice them. Fortunately, in the internet age it's easier to seek out these voices.

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Branson Turning to American Workers to Fill Job Openings

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The Midwest resort town of Branson, Mo. is turning to American workers to fill its seasonal jobs rather than rely on the less-predictable H-2B low-skilled guest worker program. A new report from the Washington Post highlights the efforts that resort-town business owners, like those in Branson, are making in advance of the busy summer season.

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Justice Dept. Files Lawsuit Against California for Sanctuary Policies

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The Justice Dept. filed a lawsuit against the state of California yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Eastern California, requesting that the court issue a state-wide preliminary injunction to block enforcement of sanctuary policies the state passed last year, allegedly obstructing the enforcement of federal immigration law. The sanctuary policies include HB 450, SB 54, and AB 103.

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