On Tuesday, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA) announced legislation designed to cut legal immigration to the U.S. in half.
The immigration bill seems to be stalled in Congress right now. In an attempt to speed up the process, the American Catholic Church is urging its congregation to support the bill.
House Republicans held a closed-door meeting to talk about immigration reform. Fox News has learned that cheers erupted when the leadership said they would not take up the Senate bill.
Democratic Senator Charles Schumer (NY) made a bold prediction on Fox News Sunday about the fate of the immigration bill. It faces uncertainty in the House where many Republicans oppose the pathway to citizenship that the bill provides.
Fox News contributor and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is calling for more investigations in light of recent scandals and the immigration bill.
Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul joined Stuart Varney on Thursday's Your World to give his first reaction moments after voting against a landmark immigration bill that passed in the Senate.
Sean Hannity challenged Senator Paul Ryan (R-WI) over his immigration reform ideas. The current immigration bill is likely to be voted on by the end of the week and is expected to pass in the Senate. Conservatives oppose the bill argue that it provides amnesty for illegal immigrants currently in the U.S. and doesn’t make way for border security first.
As Congress continues to debate the immigration bill, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has already come out and stated that he will be voting no on the legislation. He told Sean Hannity that he’s open to immigration reform, as long as it involves securing the border first – something that this bill does not do.
The Senate voted today to advance a major amendment to the immigration bill. Ann Coulter told Sean Hannity that “it will change the America we live in. It will harm low-wage workers the most.”
The Senate voted 67-27 to advance a major amendment to the comprehensive immigration bill, moving toward a final vote possibly within the next week.