On one level, I’ve already grown accustomed to Donald Trump saying things that threatened the safety and health of my patients. I just never expected it to get this bad.
Guest writer Gabriel Conroy’s thoughts start with this:
“There’s something wrong about a law that forbids or curtails people’s mobility.”
Why a clever grassroots style campaign to persuade Congressional Republicans to allow a vote on reform still won’t work.
Yesterday I read the Senate Gang of Eight’s proposal on immigration reform. (Since when was Marco Rubio in this group, which first formed before he was elected to the Senate?) It promises a “tough but fair” path to citizenship for an undocumented worker presently in the United States. I suppose that in order to pass political muster…