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IPC's Amanda Beadle Featured in National Journal Article

Published on Sun, May 26, 2013

The IPC's Research & Communications Associate, Amanda Peterson Beadle, was singled out in a National Journal article for her comprehensive Twitter coverage of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on S.744.  From the Article:

"When in doubt, follow Twitter. It's hard to keep track of what's happening, even when you're in the room. Senators offer amendments but sometimes forget to tell everyone which ones they're talking about. The committee gets tired and sometimes passes big amendments by voice vote with barely a whimper from the opposition. Some senators say the same thing over and over and over again, regardless of the issue at hand. Don't be afraid to look at your neighbor's notes or computer to figure it out. Hell, you're sitting close enough."

Published in the National Journal

Walter Leutz, Ph.D.

Walter Leutz, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at the Schneider Institute for Health Policy at Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management. He is Director of the Social HMO Consortium, a university-provider cooperative that has developed, expanded, and researched a managed care model for integrating acute and long-term care services for Medicare beneficiaries. His most recent book, Linking Medical Care and Community Services, was published by Springer in 2003. In the 2003-4 academic year he has been on sabbatical studying the new national long-term care insurance programs in Germany and Japan.

IPC Guide to S.744 Featured in Cleveland Plain-Dealer Article

Published on Fri, Nov 08, 2013

A recent article in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer cited the IPC's extensive guide to the Senate immigration bill, S.744. The article, titled "Despite calls for action, immigration reform bill's future looks bleak at moment," details the likelihood of the bill passing the House of Representatives.

Published in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer

911 FOIA: Response from OIG

Full Response from DHS Office of Inspector General

Cover letter dated August 16, 2012 from Katherine Gallo, Assistant Counsel to the Inspector General, to Melissa Crow, American Immigration Council, indicating that 2  pages of records were partially releasable under 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(6), (b)(7)(A), and (b)(7)(C).  An attachment to the letter indicates that the record withheld is a complaint intake document on an open law enforcement investigation.

Pages 1-2:  Partially redacted spreadsheet that appears to list civil rights/civil liberties complaints filed in 2009 and 2010.  Allegations include use of unnecessary force and  firearms discharge.

Durham Academy News Feed Features Remarks by Executive Director Ben Johnson

Published on Fri, Jan 16, 2015

The Durham Academy News Feed recently highlighted remarks made by the American Immigration Council's Executive Director Ben Johsnon.

Johnson spoke at the Durham Academy Upper School's annual Martin Luther King assembly and noted that lessons can be gleaned on a big-picture scale from the civil rights movement.

"One component of the Civil Rights Movement and its genesis from slavery wasn't just about the people who were being abused and whose rights were being denied," Johnson said. "It was about us. It was about our commitment to freedom, fairness and equality. In that context, we can have a conversation about where else do we have questions and challenges about our commitment to these principles."

Published in the Durham Academy Newsfeed

Unreliable CIS Data Is Out-of-Date and Context

Released on Sun, Mar 08, 2009

Newspaper and television are running a narrow story quoting out-of-date and out-of-context data prepared by the immigration restrictionist group, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), who are alleging that 300,000 "illegal immigrants" will benefit from jobs created by the recently-approved economic stimulus plan. Unfortunately, these stories provide no counter-analysis from other research groups or experts who study these issues.

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ELECTION 2008: North Carolina - The Importance of Latinos and Immigrants

Released on Wed, Apr 30, 2008

In anticipation of the North Carolina primary on March 6, 2008, the Immigration Policy Center presents ELECTION 2008: North Carolina. The Importance of Latinos and Immigrants to the Economy and Electorate of the 'Tar Heel State.' This fact sheet provides useful information on the immigrant population and Latino electorate of a state with one of the fastest growing immigrant populations in the U.S.

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