Steven Camarota

Center for Immigration Studies

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Steven Camarota is director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, a nonpartisan think-tank which favors tighter restrictions on immigration.

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Early this morning, the so-called "Gang of 8" Senators from both political parties released an  800-page proposal  that could lead to comprehensive immigration reform.  Authors include…

Will the Senate Make History with Immigration Reform?

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In the aftermath of Arizona's  new immigration law , with the prospect of other states passing similar crackdowns, President Obama has made an  impassioned plea  for comprehensive…

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On party-line votes, majorities in Arizona’s House and Senate have passed the toughest  anti-immigration bill  in the country.

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