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Immigration reform 2015 news: Why Republicans are so much opposed to reforms?

Immigration reform 2015 news: Why Republicans are so much opposed to reforms?

Immigration reform 2015 news: Why Republicans are so much opposed to reforms?

 There are so many roadblocks in the way of implementation of immigration reforms that people have started losing hope. The people who were hoping that President Obama’s executive order will give them some succor are losing hope as Republicans intensify their assault against the immigration reform.

26 Republican ruled state not just got an injunction on President Obama’s executive order they have detailed plans on how they want to stifle this whole idea and frustrate the President and Democrats’ plans regarding it.

Now the executive order has been frozen by the judge who has threatened to take action against the Justice Department for trying to fool him about the beginning of the implementation of the executive order.

Courtesy: breitbart

Courtesy: breitbart

 

This is not the only action that the republicans have taken. They have extensive plans to completely destroy it. It is needless to say that the Republicans are working really hard to come out with new ways to choke the immigration reform plan of President Obama.

Experts are of the opinion that President Obama’s executive order was expected to benefit at least five millions of the eleven million immigrants. Now Republicans have tried to ensure that they are able to torpedo the executive order and flop this initiative too. A report says that GOP has figured out a way to undermine President Barack Obama’s executive order. The same report goes on to say that Republicans in Congress will demand to keep those Latino immigrants from becoming retroactively eligible to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Now more leaks are coming out about this plan. A report that has come out through nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation suggests that the Republican-sponsored legislation law may help the government save as much as $2.1 billion. Though Republican officials deny that the legislation is aimed at illegal immigrants, but this seems to be the sole reason. Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the lead author of the bill says that it “is not meant to be part of the immigration debate.” As reported in USA Today, Grassley said, “It’s just part of correcting what the president has put in place when he legalized people through his November action.”

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