The debate over immigration restrictions in the United States isn’t a new topic. A quick review of American immigration policies shows that legal cases over restrictions date back to the 1880s, and various groups have been barred entry to the United States since the
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There is now a movement afoot by a group seeking a ballot referendum in California for that state to become its own sovereign nation. It’s not actually a new idea, but it is one that faces extremely long odds.odds.
This week, Republicans leaders reportedly engaged in a brief debate about killing the Senate filibuster in a closed-door retreat in Philadelphia. That discussion could intensify as the GOP moves to approve a Supreme Court nominee and new legislation in the Senate.
With President Donald Trump set to name his Supreme Court nominee soon, talk is circulating about who that person is. But looking at the recent history of nominations, the leading contenders discussed in the media aren’t always the final choices announced by the President.
President Donald Trump will meet Senate Republican leaders this week about his Supreme Court nominee, in a sign that process is moving ahead. But will the nomination face enough delays to prevent a new Justice from hearing arguments this term?