by Luke Frans
April 12, 2013
With the “Gang of Eight” U.S. senators set to release their proposal, immigration reform will soon vault to the forefront of the national discussion. The imminent announcement is the next of many important stages in the delicate immigration debate, and with it, many Republican voters will begin to tune in.
by Ronald Brownstein
April 18, 2013
One way to measure the chasm that Congress must bridge to complete comprehensive immigration reform after years of stalemate is to consider the cultural, economic, and demographic distance between two restaurants.
by Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman
April 5, 2013
High-profile conservative groups are taking on an unexpected cause: passing immigration reform. A diverse mix of the Washington consultant class is cutting TV ads, revving up the grassroots and advising lawmakers on messaging and strategy in hopes of getting a bill across the finish line this year.
April 4, 2013
Instead of seeking to better understand the shifting opinions of Republican primary voters on immigration reform, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) mischaracterized Resurgent Republic and our immigration focus group findings in a recent Daily Caller OpEd.