Ideas. Action. Results.

Why Hiring More Judges Would Reduce Immigration Court Backlogs

Cristobal Ramón / Blog July 25, 2018

Increasing the number of immigration judges would reduce the backlog by 2025, a step that would strengthen the U.S. immigration system’s enforcement.

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Time to Close the Deal on DACA

Immigration / Press Release January 17, 2018

With Reps. Will Hurd (R-TX) and Pete Aguilar (D-CA) introducing their USA Act compromise with 50 bipartisan co-sponsors and news that the Senate bipartisan negotiating group may release their own proposal, it is clear that many in Congress recognize that time is short to solve the DACA problem.

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New Bipartisan Immigration Bill Aligns with BPC’s DACA Roadmap

Immigration / Press Release January 9, 2018

This bill represents a pragmatic solution that provides a permanent status for the DREAMers and additional efforts to secure the border and reduce future illegal immigration

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SMART Border Technology Should Have Bipartisan Support

Economy / Press Release July 28, 2017

BPC President Jason Grumet statement on the “Secure Miles with All Resources and Technology Act,” or SMART Act.

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NAFTA, Borders, and Security

Economy / June 19, 2017 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. CT

The United States and Mexico share nearly 2,000 miles of border and trade hundreds of billions of dollars in goods and services annually. With a NAFTA renegotiation imminent, please join us for a conversation on the U.S.-Mexico relationship and the overlap…

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Bipartisan Road Trip Yields Bipartisan Legislation

Hunter Hallman / Blog March 22, 2017

Reps. Will Hurd (R-TX) and Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), who hail from neighboring Texas border districts, struck out on a cross-country road trip from San Antonio to Washington.

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Former Vice President Biden Receives BPC Congressional Patriot Award

Governance / Press Release March 1, 2017

The award recognizes leaders who demonstrate political courage and exceptional leadership throughout their careers, even in the most partisan of times.

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