Daily Border Bulletin: Ending A Cruel Immigration Twist, MX Election Could Impact Border, Arpaio to chair Perry campaign In AZ

Your Daily Border Bulletin is up! Below are some of the stories featured in todays bulletin:

Washington Post Editorial Board Supports New Immigration Regulations  The Obama Administration new regulations which would help to ensure that families which contain an American citizen and immigrant children or spouse stay together have spurred a discussion about some of the more arcane problems associated with the system.

Upcoming Elections in Mexico Could Effect Border Region The July 1st elections in Mexico could have a significant effect on the southwest border region as well as our own elections in November.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio To Chair Perry's Arizona Campaign After campaigning in both New Hampshire and Iowa, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has announced that he will chair Gov. Rick Perry's campaign in Arizona.

Also This Thursday, January 12th, at 2:00 pm ET please join Simon Rosenberg, President of NDN, Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice and Ruben Gallego, State Representative, Arizona District 16 for a discussion:"A Changed Landscape: How Recent Events Have Changed The Debates Over Immigration, the Border and The Political Attitudes of Latinos."

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