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Chain Migration and DACA: An Explainer

Theresa Cardinal Brown December 15, 2017

The ability of immigrants who later become green card holders and citizens to sponsor their family members is described by some as a “chain” of migration.

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Immigration Enforcement and Sensitive Locations: Where Can ICE Make Arrests?

Immigration December 14, 2017

Reports calling attention to the types of locations, such as courthouses and hospitals, where arrests are being made, has led to a debate about where ICE should and should not exercise its power.

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Innovative Energy Solutions Aid Disaster Recovery

Rachel May December 14, 2017

Rather than simply rebuilding the pre-existing systems, federal and local leaders should leverage new technologies to strengthen the resiliency of the islands against future disasters.

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Don’t Lose Sight of Why CFPB Was Created

Justin Schardin, John Soroushian December 12, 2017

No matter how the legal struggle over control of CFPB is decided, the next director should start with a balanced view of the agency.

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Three Health Care Questions Every Family Should Discuss During the Holidays

Blog December 12, 2017

Most Americans are unprepared to be a family caregiver, uninformed about the cost of long-term care, and even unaware of their risk for Alzheimer’s.

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Tracking the Trump Administration’s Progress on Permitting

Andy Winkler December 11, 2017

President Trump has, many times since taking office, reiterated his desire to improve America’s infrastructure.

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Tax Reform Would Hike Taxes for Temporary Visa Holders and Undocumented Immigrants

Kenneth Megan December 11, 2017

Both the House and Senate bills would likely increase the tax burden among nonresident aliens and undocumented immigrants.

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Treasury Insurance Regulation Report Includes Positive Steps, More to Do

The U.S. Treasury Department made a series of recommendations in its recent report including highlighting opportunities for insurance regulatory reform.

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Fact Sheet: Building a Permanent DACA Program

Hunter Hallman December 7, 2017

Congress passing legislation to protect DACA recipients and DREAMers won’t automatically trigger protected status, nor is a program immediately effective.

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A Possible Sequester for Defense Spending

Blaise Misztal, Jack Rametta December 5, 2017

There are a number of actions that Congress could take to avoid a government shutdown, and a number of possible outcomes.

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