David Hudson explains why upholding even part of Arizona’s S.B. 1070 will harm our economy.
Alex Lach explains why S.B. 1070 hurts our public safety, institutes racial profiling, and divides our nation.
An infographic by Progress 2050 shows who voted for the DREAM Act in 2010 in the House and the Senate.
The Center for American Progress’s Immigration Team explains the implications of President Obama’s announcement to suspend deportation and grant work authorization to eligible immigrant youth.
Report Marshall Fitz, Philip E. Wolgin, and Ann Garcia discuss the challenges to the landmark Supreme Court case Plyler v. Doe and explain why society is better off with it in place.
Philip E. Wolgin looks at the top 10 states with the highest number of eligible but unregistered Latino voters, which could have an effect on a number of key states in the 2012 election.
Interactive Philip E. Wolgin identifies which crucial states in this year's election have the highest concentration of eligible but unregistered Latino voters.
Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how New Mexico’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the June 5 primary.
Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how California’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the June 5 primary.
Sarah Jane Glynn and Marshall Fitz argue that attacks against the child tax credit are yet another example of how compassionate conservatism is dead.
Marshall Fitz explains why Sen. Rubio’s bill, meant to restrict eligibility for the additional child tax credit, is hypocritical.
Ann Garcia, Crosby Burns, and Lindsay Rosenthal show how the House Republican iteration of this act moves backward on combating domestic violence.
Marshall Fitz and Philip Wolgin explain what to look for when Sen. Marco Rubio’s bill is introduced.
Norma Espinosa explains why Congress should reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act with protections for vulnerable groups such as immigrant women.
A new report says fewer Mexicans are coming to the United States, but we’re still left with a large number of undocumented immigrants we need to integrate, writes Dan Wagener.