The New York Times recently highlighted a lawsuit filed by the American Immigration Council and...
Will Solis Step Into the Immigration Spotlight?
Published on Wed, Apr 21, 2010
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is the first Latina to sit in the Presidential cabinet. She is the daughter of immigrants. As a four-term Congresswoman, she pushed for a law that would make it easier for non-U.S. citizens serving in the U.S. military to get American citizenship.
But when it comes to the Obama administration’s messaging on immigration, Solis has been strangely sidelined, and advocates who focus on the issue are beginning to ask why.
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