A group of eight senators offered up their immigration-reform plan on Monday, one day ahead of President Obama’s immigration bill announcement in Las Vegas. A portion of the plan includes passing a background check, paying a fine and back taxes, and getting no access to federal public benefits until full citizenship is granted. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a tea party-backed conservative considered a rising star in the Republican Party, said the goal of the framework he helped put together was a “modern immigration system” that treated everyone fairly, both the undocumented and those waiting to come to America legally.
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— April 11, 2014
By Attorney Jorge P. Gutierrez Special to THELAW.TV If you drive enough, you will end up in a motor vehicle accident at some point in your life. Not because you did anything wrong. But more likely because someone else was not paying attention, was talking or texting on the cell phone, or just being negligent…
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— April 18, 2014
Socially conservative politicians have been quietly trying to make it harder for couples to get divorced. From Slate: Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Perry have signed a pledge from Family Leader, a Christian-right group, denouncing “quickie divorce” and urging couples to endure a “cooling off period.” … The hope is that by making divorce a…
— April 4, 2014
By Attorney Melba Pearson Special to THELAW.TV This week, there was another shooting tragedy on the Ft. Hood military base. Ivan Lopez, an Iraq war veteran and Army specialist, shot three people to death, injuring sixteen, before turning the gun on himself. A military policewoman bravely confronted him, which brought his actions to an end….