Saturday, July 25, 2009

Homeland Security chief pushes immigration reform

The nation's security chief used a speech in Monterey to push for immigration reform.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told an annual gathering of federal judges and court officials Monday that immigration reform is on the top of her list of pressing issues.

Napolitano told the opening of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference in Monterey that she will be involved in the drafting of reform legislation being pushed by the Obama administration.

She urged the judges and officials in attendance to weigh in with their congressional representatives before an open hearing process begins this fall.

Go one step further Ms. Napolitano, Order the immediate halt of deportation orders and Court hearings for DREAM candidates, until passage of the DREAM Act.

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