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The FAIR Take: Immigration News and Policy Update for May 6


Legislative Update

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Seven States Sue to End DACA

On Tuesday, seven states filed a lawsuit against President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program arguing that the then-president exceeded his executive authority under both federal immigration law and the U.S. Constitution by creating the program without approval from Congress.

By Heather Ham-Warren | Read More

Tennessee Follows Texas and Iowa to Pass Strong Anti-Sanctuary Bill: Awaits Governor’s Signature

There has been a distinct shift in the states towards enacting anti-sanctuary laws since President Donald Trump has made enforcing our immigration laws his top priority. Over the past year, three states have passed strong anti-sanctuary legislation: Texas (SB 4), Iowa (SF 481), and now Tennessee (HB 2315).

By Shari Rendall | Read More

Justice Department Announces Additional Judges, Attorneys to Handle Border Crisis

Attorney General Jeff Sessions – who announced federal charges for members of the infamous open borders caravan earlier this week – is sending additional resources to the southwest border to handle the ongoing crisis.

By RJ Hauman | Read More

Legislation Introduced to Make Sanctuary Cities Pay for the Wall

Last week, Congressman Robert Pittenger (R-N.C.) introduced H.R. 5663, the Make Sanctuary Cities Pay for the Wall Act. This legislation would defund sanctuary jurisdictions and reroute the withheld funds to pay for construction of a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

By Heather Ham-Warren | Read More

Rhode Island Sends In-State Tuition for Illegal Aliens to “Study” (Again)

Rhode Island has granted in-state tuition to illegal aliens since 2011. However, it’s done so only by an administrative policy issued by the state’s Board of Governors for Higher Education (since renamed the Council on Postsecondary Education).

By David Jaroslav | Read More

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