CAP’s Immigration Team examines the latest polls to gauge the depth of antipathy among Latinos for the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the law’s “papers please” provisions.
Angela Maria Kelley, Marshall Fitz, Philip E. Wolgin, and Ann Garcia explain how Mitt Romney's profound disconnect with Latino voters has generated growing concern within his campaign and across the Republican establishment.
Marshall Fitz examines how Republicans are rejecting well-settled legal principles in favor of extremist positions in the immigration debate.
Angela Maria Kelley, Philip E. Wolgin, and Ann Garcia explain how a Romney-Rubio presidency would advance the a barrage of counterproductive legislative priorities on immigration.
CAP’s Sally Steenland and Angela Kelley discuss the effects of harsh immigration laws and how hateful rhetoric on the campaign trail could hurt Republican candidates this fall.
Mitt Romney's recent embrace of hardline anti-immigration rhetoric is reminiscent of Sen. John McCain's changing stances during the 2008 campaign, write Ann Garcia and Philip E. Wolgin.
Marshall Fitz takes a closer look at Newt Gingrich’s immigration proposal and strategy and concludes it is doomed to fail for three reasons.
Marshall Fitz wants to know when Republican immigration leaders will start solving problems and stop deceiving the public.
Conservatives claim that Republicans are gaining Latino support, but a close look at recent elections shows this is merely spin, writes Vanessa Cárdenas.
Recent primaries may make it seem like opposing smart immigration reform is a recipe for success, but it’s sure to cause Latino backlash in November, writes Gebe Martinez.