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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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- LGBT adults still lean overwhelmingly toward Democratic Party
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Topic - Luis Gutiérrez
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, an Illinois Democrat who has certainly not been afraid to criticize members of his own party on the issue of immigration, said one needs only to look at the Senate to find Democrats who are positioning themselves on immigration with their own political hides in mind.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez issued some tough talk to La Raza event-goers in Los Angeles, telling them bluntly that they should use their voices and their votes to "punish" those who fail to support amnesty-type legislation for the illegal minor-age border crossers.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez told a National Council of La Raza crowd in Los Angeles that President Obama has assured him in conversations that his intent is to stop the widespread deportation of illegal Hispanics.
A small contingent of Republicans are letting intraparty threats and parochial viewpoints hold up immigration reform and damage their national brand, Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez said Tuesday.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Illinois Democrat, said Tuesday that the influx of children coming over the border into the U.S. is a humanitarian crisis and should be separated from the larger debate on immigration.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor faced criticism over immigration from right and left Wednesday, laying bare the rough politics of the issue even as President Barack Obama sought to increase pressure on House Republicans to act.
The House Ethics Committee said Monday it will not appoint a special panel to investigate allegations that Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois improperly hired a Chicago lobbyist to act as a de facto staff member for a decade.
Actions by Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois are being scrutinized by the House Ethics Committee.
A Democratic congressman from Illinois was among those arrested outside the White House on Tuesday as they demanded President Obama halt deportations, which have skyrocketed under his watch.
Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Luis Gutierrez both say if amnesty doesn't pass this year, it never will, at least under the president administration, Breitbart reported.
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