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The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: NAFTA

by Candice Miller on August 18, 2014 Michigan to Mexico -Immigration. Jobs. The latest report from Charlie LeDuff  and the Americans delves into the corrosive legacy of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). NAFTA is 20 years old. Back then it promised us it would create jobs for all of us and stop the wave of illegal immigration from Mexico. […]

House Republicans have an immigration plan

by Candice Miller on August 15, 2014 Less than two weeks ago, the U.S. House approved legislation to address the wave of unchecked, illegal immigration at our southern border. This legislation, which I supported, authorizes the use of National Guard troops to assist in border enforcement, facilitates the repatriation of young people who cross the border illegally, and does so — […]

Lawmakers react to targeted U.S. airstrikes in Iraq

by Candice Miller on August 15, 2014 By Ripon Advance Reports  |  August 11, 2014 Lawmakers recently expressed optimism about U.S. airstrikes on military targets held by the unrecognized Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Iraq and questioned whether more could have been done earlier. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) said that ISIS, also known as the Islamic […]

(CARO) — Congresswoman Candice Miller made a stop at the Caro District Library Wednesday and donated new books from the U.S. Library of Congress’ surplus book program.   The books ranged from fiction, non-fiction, children’s and reference, and educational. Miller commented during her visit that Director Erin Schmandt and her dedicated staff, with support of […]

House formally authorizes CBP for first time

by Candice Miller on July 31, 2014

By Mark Rockwell Jul 31, 2014 On July 23, the House voted to require Customs and Border Protection to take a comprehensive look at a troubled port security program. But legislators also gave the agency something it has long lacked: clear statutory authority for its operations. The House unanimously passed, by voice vote, the U.S. Customs […]