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RECENT NEWS

November 14, 2019- The Dallas Morning News

Legislators cannot ignore the damage that losing Dreamers would do to Texas.

November 7, 2019- Quorum Report

If DACA is terminated, “the Texas economy could lose $6 billion in GDP annually and the federal government could lose $90 billion in tax revenue.”

 

TBIC NEWS

July 30, 2019- The Dallas Morning News

Juan Carlos Cerda was 7 years old when his mother brought him to Texas from Mexico. He grew up in Dallas-Fort Worth, graduated from Grand Prairie High School and won a private scholarship to Yale University, where he majored in history.

July 28, 2019- The Dallas Morning News

“Why don’t they get in line?” 
That’s often the first question about unauthorized immigrants, and it sounds reasonable enough.

July 25, 2019- The Dallas Morning News

A new study says North Texas would be a smaller, poorer, less dynamic place without immigrants.

July 11, 2019- San Antonio Express-News

The federal DACA program was created for young immigrants who’ve grown up in the United States and were brought to the country illegally as children. Like so many other undocumented immigrants, they overstayed their visas and built lives.

May 12, 2019- The Dallas Morning News

Most of the people that have worked for us over our 30 years in the Texas restaurant business, including our cooks, servers, bussers and hosts, have also been immigrants.

March 18, 2019 - WFAA 8

The former president re-emphasizes his hopes for comprehensive immigration reform while welcoming newest citizens as a "blessing and a strength" to America.

March 14, 2019- George W. Bush Presidential Center

Juan Carlos Cerda is a Dreamer who will participate in a policy discussion with President and Mrs. Bush on March 18.

Feb 26, 2019 - Austin American Statesman

A research and advocacy organization co-founded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch, the media mogul who created Fox News, is attempting to quash any effort to end in-state tuition for so-called immigrant Dreamers in Texas, before it can get off the ground.