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  • WSJ: Manley on Congress' Next Move on Immigration July 8, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal July 8, 2014 By: Jim Manley Now that the Obama administration has announced it is seeking $3.7 billion in emergency funding to address the immigration crisis at the border, the hard part begins.Some had speculated that the administration would... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on Why Immigration Reform Is Stalled Until 2017 July 1, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal July 1, 2014 By: Jim Manley With immigration reform dead, it is time to look beyond what the Obama administration may do in the next couple of months using executive powers and to focus on what proponents of comprehensive... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on the Death of Immigration Reform June 26, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal June 26, 2014 By: Jim Manley Immigration reform is dead.The truth is that immigration reform has been dead for months, long before House Majority Leader Eric Cantor‘s surprise primary loss, but the idea had been kept alive because no... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on What’s Behind Boehner’s Plan to Sue the President June 25, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal June 25, 2014 By: Jim Manley House Republican leaders have reached another new low with the news that the speaker of the House, John Boehner, is considering suing the president for failing to faithfully execute the law–especially when it... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on the Future of the Appropriations Process June 16, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal June 16, 2014 By: Jim Manley While one foreign-policy crisis after another dominates the news, Republican Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho, a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee who has been under heavy tea-party pressure at home, has... read more