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What it is to be American — DAPA/DACA case to be heard by Supreme Court
As the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Monday regarding the United States v. Texas case, I have reflected on the story of a Salvadoran woman whose plight was called to my attention in a recent House committee meeting. As a counselor for abused women and minors, the woman had struggled to make her homeland a better place. She had hoped El Salvador would see better days and that her son would have a better life than her own. Her faith in mankind and belief in the rule of law have guided her through violence and despair. Like so many others haunted by violence, this Salvadoran woman remains hopeful that her nation will join the community of nations in which government is accountable to its people and supports her in raising her family in peace and prosperity. But a long and perilous escape North was her family’s only hope for a better life. Our local hero, Sister Norma Pimentel, said: “We can make present the immigrants themselves, their faces, their stories, so that people











Hinojosa, Scott, Bonamici Laud Signing of the Older Americans Act Reauthorization into Law
WASHINGTON –  Ranking Member Ruben Hinojosa (TX-15), Ranking Member Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (VA-03), and Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (OR-01) issued the following statement on President Obama signing S. 192, Older Americans Act Reauthorization Act of 2015 – a bill to reauthorize the Older Americans Act – into law:   “We commend our colleagues in the House and Senate for working together to make this day possible and thank President Obama for signing this legislation. Since the Older Americans Act expired in 2011, our nation’s seniors, and the family members and organizations that support them, have faced uncertainty. Today, we reaffirm the importance of the Older Americans Act programs, and we demonstrate our commitment to giving seniors the resources and support they need to live happy and healthy lives.”   ###   FACT SHEET: S. 192, Older Americans Act Reauthorization Act of 2015   S. 192, Older Americans Act Reauthorization Act of 2015, a bill to reauthorize











CONGRESSMAN RUBÉN HINOJOSA CELEBRATES EARTH DAY 2016 AND SIGNING OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT
Washington, D.C. – Today – Congressman Rubén Hinojosa (TX-15) stated the following in regards to the 46th anniversary of Earth Day:     “On the first Earth Day in 1970, millions of Americans came together to demand a safer and cleaner environment. Their focus on the importance of preserving our planet led to the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Congressional passage of landmark legislation including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act. Over the past 46 years, our nation and the international community have made great strides towards improving the environment; however, we still have much more to do to ensure that we leave behind a better world for our children and future generations.     “It is only fitting that this year’s focus is “Trees for the Earth.” The program aims to plant 7.8 billion trees – one per person on the planet – by Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary in 2020. These trees w











Lo que significa ser estadounidense
Hace algunos días, la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos escuchó los argumentos orales sobre el caso deEstados Unidos v. Texas, un caso legal en el cual los republicanos de Texas y 25 otros estados se oponen a las acciones ejecutivas de inmigración del presidente Obama y a las políticas para la expansión de la Acción Diferida Para Los Jóvenes Llegados en La Infancia (DACA) y la creación de la Acción Diferida Para Los Padres de los Ciudadanos y los Residentes Legales (DAPA).   La decisión del caso de Estados Unidos v. Texas podría tener consecuencias graves para nuestra comunidad y por eso hay que reflexionar mucho sobre los millones de inmigrantes que actualmente se encuentran viviendo bajo las sombras. En particular, tres madres indocumentadas del Valle del Río Grande, en el sur de Texas, conocidas como las ‘Jane Does’, actualmente están siendo representadas en el caso, dándole una dimensión humana a un tema tan importante. Ellas son madres y han dado su tiempo co














 
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