Daily Border Bulletin: Immigration gets fixes in small steps, Protesters at AZ Legislature, Gulf Cartel Boss Pleads Guilty

Your Daily Border Bulletin is up! Stories featured in todays border bulletin are below:

Immigration System Slowly Getting Fixed A Chicago Sun Times article highlights the small steps the Obama Administration has taken to fix our immigration system.

Protesters Have Their Day At The Opening of the Arizona State Legislature Advocates for and against undocumented immigrants showed up on the opening day of the Arizona state legislature.

Gulf Cartel Boss Pleads Guilty in Texas Jose Luis Zuniga Hernandez has plead guilty to charges that he was a leader of the Mexican Gulf drug cartel.

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."

If you wish to participate in the event please do so by going to the NDN/NPI channel at 2:00 pm ET on Thursday, January 12th, on the webcasting platform Spreecast.

On the Spreecast platform you can watch the conversation in real time over the web, chat about the discussion, ask written questions or even join the moderated conversation via video if you have a webcam.

Again all you have to do is click on our our Spreecast channel to participate in the conversation.  While it is not necessary to RSVP, we welcome you doing so on our spreecast page.