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NEW DELHI (dpa-AFX) - Two top American immigration- related advocacy groups have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) seeking information about the government's...
Financial Times  May 21  Comment 
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The episode, which lasted about eight hours, comes at a time when many Cubans are fearful that the United States’ immigration policies may change.
Forbes  May 20  Comment 
Two judicial dressings-down for Obama administration lawyers in cases involving discrimination and immigration.
New York Times  May 20  Comment 
In their desire to leave the E.U., many Britons have found an outlet for fears about immigration and terrorism. But the cost of an exit would be high.
New York Times  May 19  Comment 
Judge Andrew S. Hanen accused the lawyers of lying to him during arguments in a case involving the president’s executive action over immigration.
New York Times  May 19  Comment 
William F. Weld, the twice-elected former Republican governor of Massachusetts, has agreed to run for vice president with former Gov. Gary Johnson of New Mexico.
Financial Times  May 18  Comment 
Sharp climb to 6.8% of workforce fuels immigration debate before June 23 vote
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How new EU arrivals transformed the UK debate and what is at stake in the referendum
Wall Street Journal  May 15  Comment 
The two leading U.S. presidential candidates have prescribed divergent or vague plans for trade, taxes and immigration. That is stoking uncertainty for businesses and consumers.




 
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A lot. More today than a year ago.Because of Obamacare, no company in America ofefrs stand alone children's health insurance.Why? Obamacare dictates that it is guaranteed issue, without rate ups, regardless of health. Therefore, there is no reason to purchase it until there is a claim needing to be paid.That's not health insurance. That's a confiscatory tax on health insurance companies. Fortunately, they aren't slaves yet, so they exercised the F U clause in the contract with the purple bellies from Washington and just refused to do business where they are guaranteed to lose money.How do you fix the problem of un- and under-insured? By making health insurance affordable.How do you make it affordable? By removing ALL government mandates, loser pays tort reform, encouraging competition between providers (enforce existing anti-trust laws), eliminate the AMA monopoly on billing codes, and eliminate the connection between employment and health insurance.Do these things and we'll see health insurance cost less than auto insurance. More people will be covered, more people will be healthy.

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