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Obama defends healthcare law, urges House to OK immigration bill
WASHINGTON — President Obama offered a vigorous, lengthy defense of his healthcare law Friday, dismissing Republican attempts to block it as an “ideological fixation.” In a preview of the message Democrats will carry into the 2014 midterm elections …
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Obama slams GOP over 'holy grail' of blocking healthcare law
Obama said blocking the Affordable Healthcare Act has become Republicans' "holy grail" and an "ideological fixation." He also criticized the push among conservatives to shut down the federal government unless Obama agrees to defund the healthcare law.
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Obama touts healthcare bill, says it helped American into remission, compares
While the American people may not be too keen on President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act, Obama himself cannot speak highly enough of the bill. At his first full press conference in months, Obama discussed his …
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U.S. Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D, IL-4) said one of the most challenging aspects of comprehensive immigration reform is providing health care to America’s estimat…
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WASHINGTON, March 27—During the debate over the Senate budget resolution, Sen. Sessions offered an amendment that would have prevented illegal immigrants fro…

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In recent months, we have witnessed vicious attacks against the right to health care for migrants, both in Canada and across the globe. Those without the fortune of being born with a particular passport are being condemned to suffering and death. Against the backdrop of increasingly restrictive and racist immigration laws being passed in Canada, Spain, and most nations in the Global North, we are also witnessing the unprecedented mobilization and resistance of health workers and allies who are refusing to comply with inhumane laws that leave some of the most marginalized in our society behind. In Spain, in spite of the Conservative Rajoy government passing a policy denying health coverage to undocumented migrants, 1650 doctors across the country have held public protests and have launched a ‘conscientious objection’ campaign to declare publicly that they will continue to serve ALL patients, irrespective of immigration status. Despite government threats, health workers continue to serve migrants and speak out against racist laws. In Canada, despite recent legislation that similarly denies health care to refugees and undocumented people, thousands of doctors, nurses, psychologists, medical technologists, students, healthcare workers and allies have mobilized across the country in support of migrant communities, denouncing the cuts. From occupations of MP offices, to public disruptions of Conservative MPs, to petitions signed by tens of thousands across the country in
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xxsurl.com Canadian Immigration Canadian Immigration Canadian Immigration Canadian Immigration made easy Skip to content Home Contents FAQ Order Page Contact Us Immigrate to Canada Canada Immigration needs people! Yes, thats right. Canada does need people in the form of new immigrants. The government does need Canadian immigration. Jobs in all sections of the economy are going unfilled. Canada is a highly developed country with excellent working conditions, an outstanding education system, a very high standard of living and a health care system ranked one of the best in the world. Canada is a large country with vast natural resources and a relatively small population. As the country grows, the government has a acknowledged the fact that the country needs more people than it can produce itself. Canada will welcome between 240000 and 265000 new permanent residents in 2012. The work visa period has been extended from 12 months to 24 months for large sections of the work force. No matter where you come from, once you are a landed Canadian immigrant you have all the rights of a Canadian citizen, other than the right to vote. These rights are protected under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Should you wish to become a citizen, you can do so after you have lived in Canada for three years. As a Canadian citizen you can apply for a Canadian passport and you are eligible to vote. The department of Canadian immigration wants you if you want to come and work or study. Here is the
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This means that this this bill has not yet been mentioned on a publicly-searchable news website by either its official number (for example, "H.R. 3200") or title (for example, "America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009"). …

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Immigration is a divisive subject, probably even more so than health care reform. Look at the state of Arizona , which passed its own immigration law.

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Candidates spar over immigration, energy policy in congressional debate
Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján and his Republican challenger, Tom Mullins, offered a sharp contrast in political philosophies Sunday at a candidate forum in Santa Fe, sparring over issues such as energy policy, taxes, education, social security, health care, war and immigration.

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Tough immigration law boosts Arizona governor’s political fortunes
Six months ago, Jan Brewer’s election campaign was in trouble. Then she signed SB 1070. In a year that sees incumbents across the country dropping like flies, an unlikely one is in a very comfortable position: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.

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Tough immigration law boosts Arizona governor’s political fortunes
Six months ago, Jan Brewer’s election campaign was in trouble. Then she signed SB 1070. In a year that sees incumbents across the country dropping like flies, an unlikely one is in a very comfortable position: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.

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