Colorado

Report on the Lakewood, Colorado Obama open borders protest on July 19, 2014

Protests against Obama's open border policy were held around the country on July 18 and 19, 2014. 

Organizers describe the protests' purpose as:

2014 Colorado candidate immigration survey

NumbersUSA
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Colorado News

NumbersUSA compiles candidate responses to surveys on illegal immigration. Here are results pertaining to Colorado:

2014 Colorado Gubernatorial GOP Primary

Colorado legislative process

Here is basic information on the Colorado legislative process. The legislative session begins in January and lasts 120 days. During the session, bills will be introduced. In general, deadline requirements require bills to be introduced by the end of January.

CSU extends in-state tuition to first class of immigrants [illegal aliens]

More than 500 brought to the country without authorization are expected to enroll at Colorado universities this year.
The Coloradoan
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Colorado News

[...] Until this year, students at Colorado colleges without legal U.S. citizenship status qualified for the nonresident rate of tuition, which at Colorado State University exceeds the in-state rate more than three times over.

Changing Colorado 6th could be 2014’s tightest race

Politico
Monday, July 29, 2013
Colorado News

With the trifecta of big money, deep investment from both parties and a split electorate with a sizable swing vote, the race between Republican Rep. Mike Coffman and Democrat Andrew Romanoff in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District stands to be the state’s — and potentially the nation’s — toughest House battle of 2014.

Metro State - last year and this year

Immigration Deluge Will Drain Water Resources

Santa Barbara NewsPress
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Immigration Impact

As the Obama administration attempts to press its version of immigration reform through Congress, here are three relevant issues unlikely to be considered in the debate.

Discrimination in Colorado

When is discrimination acceptable? The answer is, of course, never.

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