HEADLINES: Immigration — July 3, 2014

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesIt has been over a year since the Senate passed a bi-partisan bill to move forward with immigration reform, but the House continues to stall on the issue. The standstill has had lasting negative impacts on the people impacted by the current immigration system. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Help Immigrants Integrate into U.S. Society [VOXXI]

US: Looking at All Options in Immigration Surge [ABC News]

How We Can Help Kids Crossing the Border [CNN]

House Democrats Introduce ‘Vulnerable Immigrant Voice Act,’ Providing Legal Counsel for Undocumented Children [Latin Post]

Deportation Separated Thousands Of U.S.-Born Children from Parents in 2013 [The Huffington Post]

We Can’t Politicize the Lives of Children [The Hill]

Church Prepared to Offer Illegal Migrant ‘Sanctuary’ [Arizona Republic]

Under-age and On The Move [The Economist]

One Year After Immigration Reform Passed the Senate, it’s Still Stalled Out [National Journal]

Snakes and Thorny Brush, and Children at the Border Alone [The New York Times]

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