Monday, August 13, 2012

Immigration, Presidential Politics and State Politics

As the presidential election shifts into high gear, it looks like immigration is unlikely to become a high-profile issue, despite New York Mayor Bloomberg's efforts to get the candidates to focus on the issue.  The economy, budget and deficits will top the agenda with Romney's pick of Paul Ryan as his VP.  Immigration looks like it also taking a lower profile at the state level, as reported by Fox News.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is supporting California's TRUST act that would limit cooperation between local and federal officials on immigration enforcement as mandated by Secure Communities
Antonio Villaraigosa Secure Communities

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