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Jul 15 13

July Advocacy

by pari

Comprehensive Imm. Reform in the House? The Republican majority in the House will agree at “some point” to move ahead with its own Immigration Reform. It is unlikely to be sidetracked in the House even after the stone walling received at the hands of the Speaker. Read more at CIR in the House Missouri Supremes […]

Jan 21 13

January Advocacy

by pari

Illinois Drivers Licenses – A reality The new IL law will allow the Secretary of State to issue temporary visitor’s driver’s licenses to applicants who have resided in this State for more than a year, are ineligible to obtain a social security number, and who are unable to present documentation issued by the United States […]

Nov 21 12

Thanksgiving Advocacy

by pari

Drivers Licenses in Illinois A bipartisan coalition of Illinois’ most powerful political leaders gathered at Chicago’s Roosevelt High School this week to express their support for granting driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants in Illinois. Read more at Driver’s Licenses in IL Healthcare Law and Regulations The Obama Administration Tuesday released some much anticipated rules that will […]

Nov 23 11

Happy Thanksgiving

by pari

It is a time to give thanks for what we have and for what we are. Thanksgiving is a fascinating holiday, cutting across many different generations and many different worldviews Although Thanksgiving is a primarily American holiday, the act of expressing gratitude belongs to no culture alone. This is a time for us to thank […]