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Daily Border Bulletin: Texas Lawmaker: U.S.-Mexico Border's No War Zone, Law Enforcement, AG Industry Voice Concern Of AL Law,

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Texas lawmaker: U.S.-Mexico border's no war zoneA hearing in the Texas state legislature heats up when State Senator Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso accuses State Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples of fanning the flamesof border rhetoric which miss-characterizes the region as a war zone.

Alabama Immigration Law Update Draws Criticism, Bucks National Trend A hearing on Alabama's harsh anti-immigration law highlights the deep divide in the state as lawmakers and farmers joined sides with immigrant rights groups in voicing their strong disapproval of the law.

No Motive in Killing of Two Immigrants in Arizona ​Several days after the brutal murder of two unarmed undocumented immigrants riding in the back of a pick up truck in the Arizona border region, no motive has been found

Daily Border Bulletin: Importing Undocumented Immigrants-Into Private Georgia Prisons, Gunmen Kill Two Undocs In Arizona, More

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Importing Undocumented Immigrants-Into Private Georgia Prisons: In an attempt to stave off bankruptcy of a local prison, a small town in Georgia persuades ICE to house detained undocumented immigrants.

Gunmen kill two Undocumented Immigrants in Arizona:  On the American side of the Arizona border two armed gunman opened fire on a truck carrying undocumented immigrants, killing two.

Sheriff Babeu faces federal investigation, other probes: Immigrant and Border hardliner Paul Babeau is under scrutiny as he is sued by a former co worker and is under investigation from the Federal Government for campaign violations.

Daily Border Bulletin: Condi on Her Great Immigration Reform Regret, AL Citizens Voice Opposition To State Immigration Law, More

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Condoleezza Rice: 'I Don't Know When Immigrants Became The Enemy,' Former Secretary of State Condeleezza Rice recently admitted that one of her greatest regret about serving in the Bush Administration was the missed opportunity at passing Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

Immigration law draws fire in public hearing by House panel considering rewrite: At a recent hearing on Alabama's controversial state passed immigration law, citizens of Alabama voiced their strong opposition for the law.

US turns to Mexican newspaper ads to counter drug smugglers who target unwitting job-seekers: ​The United States government uses newspaper advertisements in Mexico to combat drug smugglers.

Daily Border Bulletin: Sensible Improvements On Immigration, AL Panel To Review Changes To State Immigration Law, More

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Sensible Improvements on Immigration The Washington Post weighs in on President Obama's latest move to fix our broken immigration system by examining in totality all that his administration has done on this contentious issue.

Alabama Panel to Discuss Revisions to State Immigration Law In Alabama the state legislature is set to review new legislation which seeks to rewrite their state passed immigration law.

Truck Border Crossings Rose 2.6% Last Year After much debate and finally agreement over how to allow access of trucks from Mexico and Canada to enter the United States, crossings have risen 2.6%.

Daily Border Bulletin: Arizona Immigration Law Divides Party, Immigration Chief Outlines His Priorities, More

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Arizona immigration law divides party Former Arizona State Senate President Russell Pearce is attempting to make a comeback in the state legislature, revealing deep rifts within the Arizona Republican party.

Immigration chief outlines his priorities The director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has unveiled his priorities for 2012, some of them may surprise you.

Feds try to make U.S.-Mexico border less enticing to cross In an attempt to stop undocumented immigrants from entering the United States the Border Patrol is utilizing a communications campaign designed to inform Mexican migrants of the perils of crossing the desert.

Daily Border Bulletin: Obama proposes new rule for immigrant families, Ryan Defends Romney On Immigration Record, More

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Obama proposes new rule for immigrant families The Obama Administration is proposing a tweak to current immigration law which would allow undocumented immigrants who are immediate relatives of citizens could stay in the U.S. while applying for permanent residency with the goal is to reduce a family's time apart.

Ryan Defends Romney On Immigration Record Paul Ryan has gone to the mats to promote Mitt Romneys immigration plan. The only problem Romney doesn't have one.

Alabama Immigration Law Opponents Won't Be Joined By Top Auto Manufacturer  Auto Manufacturers hurt by Alabama's anti immigration legislation have decided that they will not be joining the laws opponents in a lawsuit to stop the harsh law.

Daily Border Bulletin: In Florida Romney, Gingrich Try Desperately to Mask Harsh Immigration Stances

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GOP Debate Features Brawl over Immigration and Health Care As the Republican primary in Florida draws nearer, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich continued to trade blows over whose stance on immigration was more extreme.

Romney assures Florida’s Hispanic voters the GOP isn’t ‘anti-immigrant’ as primary day nears Also at last nights debate, this dynamic was on display in a major way, when the two candidates where not fighting each other, they were trying desperately to mask the Republican parties recent anti-immigrant rhetoric.

Mitt Romney furious Newt Gingrich’s over ‘anti-immigrant’charge


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Daily Border Bulletin – Romney, Gingrich fireworks over immigration

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Romney, Gingrich fireworks over immigration: With the Republican primary in Florida this week the two leading GOP contenders traded blows over their stances on immigration. 

Mitt Romney’s immigration dilemma Politico weighs in on Romneys immigration problems.

Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich at the Univision Forum Univision posts videos of Jorge Ramos interviewing both candidates.

Camunez: "U.S. Mexico Border is Important to America's Economic Competitiveness"

Today NDN/NPI hosted a panel discussion on the current state of the economic relationship between the US and Mexico with Michael C. Camunez, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Market Access and Compliance, D. Rick Van Schoik, Director, North American Center for Transborder Studies and Simon Rosenberg, President,NDN and NPI. At the core of the discussion was the the findings of the NPI's major new report on cross border trade with Mexico.

For video from the event as well as a spreecast with the writers of the report please see below.

Event - Realizing the Value of our Cross Border Trade with Mexico Feat. Michael Camunez
Spreecast - Value of Cross Border Trade with Mexico.
Report - Realizing the Value  of our Cross Border Trade with Mexico

Rick Van Schoik noted that there has been great improvements between the Ports of Entry what must now occur is more staffing at the ports of entry to increase competitiveness domestically:

"Trade and tourism have suffered across the United States - Mexico Border as well as at the United States Canada border as most investment has been made BETWEEN ports of entry rather than AT the places where prosperity and productivity matters.  In terms of staffing, infrastructure, and technology, the rhetoric of safety has warped the reality, which is that the region is safe now lets find a way to invest in the gateways to North American competitiveness with each other and worldwide. DHS and the administration have led on this, now lets get the funding to make an even stronger economy domestically"

Assistant Secretary Camunez noted that with the complementary nature of our economies, most small businesses in this country only trade to one of two countries, Canada or Mexxico. If the United States is going to continue to grow its manufacturing base, our country will have to continue to increase its levels of trade with Mexico:

"We have a highly integrated economy with Mexico, with high level of co-production, with industry on both sides of the border. Our interest is to grow jobs, and to grow our manufacturing base as the President mentioned in his state of the union, then we have to make sure our manufacturers can compete.... "

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