Candice Miller for Congress, Michigan

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Pressure Central America to act

by Candice Miller on July 16, 2014

I would like to respond to “Immigration reform is too long overdue,” the Times Herald’s June 28 editorial regarding immigration reform and my recent calls to cut off aid to the Mexican and Central American governments unwilling to help the U.S. stop the unprecedented surge of immigrant children being illegally smuggled from and through their […]

Trail of the Month: July 2014 Michigan’s Macomb Orchard Trail By Laura Stark “It’s been one of the most positive things to happen for the community. We get so many users on it, and people see the positive impact it has. Everything we hear about the expansion of the trail system has been positive.” ** PARTNER […]

U.S. immigration laws must have meaning

by Candice Miller on July 11, 2014

Detroit News Editorial by U.S. Rep. Candice Miller http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140711/OPINION01/307110019/U-S-immigration-laws-must-meaning For those of us in Michigan, where our international boundary with Canada is secure and regulated, the spectacle unfolding at the U.S. southern border is like something out of a dystopian futurist freak show. Tens of thousands of migrants, many of them unaccompanied children, from Mexico and […]

2:40 PM, July 11, 2014   | By Todd Spangler Detroit Free Press Washington Staf WASHINGTON — A metro Detroit congresswoman will hold a hearing next week that could shed light on Michigan’s chances of getting federal funding anytime soon for a pair of customs plazas — a key hurdle to moving forward on a new international bridge between the […]

July 07, 2014, 05:17 pm Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.) on Monday urged the Obama administration to cut off aid to countries in Central America and Mexico until they help slow the influx of illegal immigrants into the U.S. Miller suggested modifying trade agreements and rescinding foreign aid to motivate action from the Central American countries […]