Latest News

April 16, 2013 12:00 AM

Immigration bill to be unveiled this week focuses more on workers, less on families

After lengthy closed-door negotiations, a bipartisan group of senators plans to submit legislation to enact a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws on Tuesday. The controversial proposal would grant most of the 11 million people here illegally a path to citizenship and give thousands of deported individuals a chance to return, but would also adopt some of the toughest immigration enforcement measures in the history of the United States.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Parachute into a football stadium with Navy Seals 02:51

Parachute into a football stadium with Navy Seals

East Manatee residents oppose changes to Heritage Harbour 00:57

East Manatee residents oppose changes to Heritage Harbour

Manatee County School District hosts job fair 00:28

Manatee County School District hosts job fair

Bradenton Christian School celebrates National Day of Prayer 01:25

Bradenton Christian School celebrates National Day of Prayer

Manatee County marks National Day of Prayer 01:23

Manatee County marks National Day of Prayer

Melissa Dowling taking Braden River to state tourney in first year as head coach 01:33

Melissa Dowling taking Braden River to state tourney in first year as head coach

Bethaney Keen waited four years to qualify for state tournament 00:43

Bethaney Keen waited four years to qualify for state tournament

1 dead in Bradenton after home invasion, shootout 01:07

1 dead in Bradenton after home invasion, shootout

Alligator at the door! 00:25

Alligator at the door!

30 seconds of Anna Maria Island sunset therapy, May 4, 2016 00:42

30 seconds of Anna Maria Island sunset therapy, May 4, 2016

Gov. John Kasich suspends presidential campaign 01:57

Gov. John Kasich suspends presidential campaign

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos