Report: Senate immigration bill includes nearly $300 million in slush funds for immigrants' rights groups, in language drafted by the former policy chief for one such organization
The National Council of La Raza is likely to benefit from grant money set aside in an immigration bill drafted by its former policy director
Legislation passed in the Senate would exclude three-time DUI offenders from a path to citizenship, but two-time drunk drivers would be acceptable
In a separate little-noticed section
of the legislation, senators propose to rewrite the laws against
counterfeiting passports and the materials used to obtain them. Those
new laws would set a legal threshold of 10 phony passports before a
fraudster could be prosecuted for buying, selling or using counterfeit
materials used to produce such fake documents.
section would exclude serial drunk-drivers from gaining a path to
citizenship, but only after they rack up a third DUI offense.
Every bastard who voted for this should be removed from office and introduced to a roofing trailer.