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Debunking a CIS Report about the Birthright Citizenship of Foreign Diplomats

Margaret Stock has a really good piece up on Immigration Impact debunking a recent Center for Immigration Studies report suggesting that children born to foreign diplomats are de facto U.S. citizens because they can get social security numbers (SSN). Continue reading

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Civil Rights News: Unions Focus on Jobs; SCOTUS Weakens ‘Search & Seizure’ Amendment; GA Court Rules No Charter Schools Commission

Post-reform, labor’s role is a-changin’ Politico Labor unions top concern is simple: “At this point, it is jobs, period,” said Alison Omens, the AFL-CIO deputy director of public affairs. Unions, which were instrumental in the passage of the Affordable Care … Continue reading

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Citizenship and the 14th Amendment

Highlighting a Southern Poverty Law Center article on birthright citizenship in The Huffington Post. Continue reading

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