GOP Congressmen Demand Immigration Parole Answers

A Group Of Republican U.S. Senators And House Members, Including Diana Harshbarger And Andy Ogles Of Tennessee, Want The Biden Administration To Explain What They Called A Reckless Decision To Expand Immigration Parole Programs.

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TN Republican Pushes For More Foreign Labor To Replace Native Workers (Update 1/16/23)

While It Has Been The Hope Of Most Conservatives That The Tennessee Legislature Would Work In The Next General Assembly To Turn Off The Magnets For Illegal Immigration Into Tennessee, It Appears That One Republican Lawmaker Is Working, Instead, To Make It Easier For Employers To Replace Lower-Income Earners With Foreign Labor.

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Border Patrol Chief Testifies That Biden Policies Led To Increased Illegal Crossings

“More Damaging Evidence” Of President Joe Biden’s Immigration Policies Have Been Uncovered In A Trial That Began Monday In A Lawsuit Filed Against The Biden Administration By Florida, State Attorney General Ashley Moody Said Thursday.

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‘Bombshell New Evidence’ In Florida’s Lawsuit Over Biden Deportation Policies

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Said Her Office Received “Bombshell New Evidence” That The Biden Administration “Wrongfully Withheld” From Her Office Until Just Days Before They Went To Trial On Monday.

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SCOTUS To Hear Arguments Against Homeland Security For Releasing Criminal Foreign Nationals Into U.S.

Oral Arguments Are Scheduled To Be Heard Before The U.S. Supreme Court This Month In A Case Brought By Texas And Louisiana Over The Department Of Homeland Security Altering Policy To Prohibit Certain Violent Criminal Foreign Nationals From Being Detained And Deported And Instead Releasing Them Into The U.S.

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Texas Sheriff Says Biden’s Border Policies Have Been An ‘Unmitigated Disaster’

Law Enforcement Officers In A Rural County In Texas With A Population Of Roughly 15,000 Are Working Together To Thwart Unprecedented Criminal Activity They Say Is A Direct Result Of “Biden Administration Open Border Policies.”

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ICE Spent Almost $132 Million On Tech For Foreign Nationals In U.S. To Self-Report To Immigration Hearings

According To A New Report Published By U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement About Its Alternatives To Detention Program (ATD), The Agency Spent $361,218 A Day On Three Kinds Of Technology To Monitor Those It Released Into The U.S., Or $131,844,570 A Year.

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