100+ Great Articles: Salazar's Dignity Act Dominates the News

Since its introduction in May 2023, H.R. 3599, Reps. María Elvira Salazar (R-FL) and Veronica Escobar’s (D-TX) bipartisan Dignity Act has received extensive coverage and published endorsements. The articles below are written by a wide range of authors, including prominent journalists, policy experts, economists, religious leaders, Members of Congress, and other passionate Americans.

The Dignity Act is the most viable legislation in Congress that secures our border and fixes our broken immigration system. As immigration remains a central issue facing the American people, bipartisan solutions like the ones presented in the Dignity Act must urgently be passed into law. 32 Members of Congress are now supporting as cosponsors of the bill, and the list continues to grow in the face of a dire migrant crisis putting strain on American communities.

The Dignity Act is the only bipartisan immigration legislation that can be passed in the House of Representatives and the Senate,” said Rep. Salazar. “The American people are tired of Washington playing political games around our illegal immigration crisis. Let’s secure our border and solve this crisis by passing the Dignity Act into law – NOW!

Below is a condensed list of mentions and commentary of the Dignity Act in the news, with some good reads up top.


(1) It's Time We Address Immigration with Dignity [María Elvira Salazar, 01/25/2024]

“It's time both parties wake up and face the reality of a divided government. If we don't want to keep the status quo, bipartisan immigration overhaul is the only path forward. That's why after Title 42 authority expired last year, I introduced the Dignity Act… My bill is the first major immigration bill in 40 years that would eliminate the crisis at the border. It includes major priorities that both Republicans and Democrats want to see. With over 30 co-sponsors and more than 50 stakeholders and organizations supporting the bill, the Dignity Act has already made significant headway in Congress.”

(2) The Conservative Case for Immigration [Neil Gross, 12/18/2023]

“Whatever the motivation, conservative antipathy to immigration has long stood in the way of comprehensive immigration reform. The best hope for such reform (once the Ukraine aid stalemate is resolved) may be the Dignity Act, a thoughtful piece of legislation introduced earlier this year by Representative María Salazar, a moderate Republican from Florida, and Representative Veronica Escobar, a Democrat from Texas. The Dignity Act strengthens border security—with attention to humanitarian considerations—while expanding opportunities for legal immigration and offering pathways to legal residence for undocumented migrants. The bill has some bipartisan support and the backing of the US Chamber of Commerce but is effectively dead in the water because of opposition from the hard-right in the House.”

(3) A dignified plan to address the border [Jesse Rincones, 12/05/2023]

“But there’s a bipartisan solution already introduced in Congress: the Dignity Act… The act, championed by two Latina members of Congress, María Elvira Salazar (R-Fla.) and Veronica Escobar (D-Tex.), increases funding for asylum officers and border security, streamlines the process for quicker determinations of eligibility and provides more pathways to legal status… This approach not only addresses the immediate challenges at the border but also offers a humane and comprehensive solution to the broader immigration crisis, an approach endorsed by 80 percent of evangelicals, including me. The Dignity Act — with more border resources and procedural reforms, in return for more avenues to legal status — has the best shot of fixing the border.”

(4) Don’t you want $35 billion worth of border security? [Josh T. Smith, 11/21/2023]

“The Dignity Act is a perfect example of how reforms to immigration rules can be combined with border security in a way that makes both Border Patrol and legal pathways more effective. If reforms like the Dignity Act can find a way through the political maze, they will represent a huge benefit to the country. The combination of increased legal pathways and border security efforts reinforce each other. They work best together… The real lesson for those serious about border security is this: Border security and immigration reform are not opposing goals. Instead, they are two sides of the same coin. An investment in one strengthens the other… In the end, $35 billion worth of border security, when it comes hand-in-hand with immigration reform, will make America stronger and more secure. That should be something everyone can celebrate.”

(5) Immigration bill floated during shutdown debate could slam door on persecuted church [Ryan Brown and Myal Greene, 10/16/2023]

“As Christian advocates for victims of persecution around the world, we understand clearly the importance of secure borders: We never want the terrorists, criminals, or authoritarian actors that harass and sometimes martyr fellow Christians around the world to be able to do the same in the United States… That does not mean that every person who reaches the U.S. border should be allowed to stay. It does mean that we must take care to ensure due process, erring on the side of protecting human life. Bipartisan proposals such as the Dignity Act, which would dramatically increase border security funding and ramp up asylum adjudication capacity, are worthy of consideration.”

(6) Evangelical Christians Want North Carolina’s congressional leaders to act on immigration [Ben Milner, 10/08/2023]

“The bipartisan Dignity Act would not only allocate $35 billion to increased border security, but also would grant a path to citizenship for immigrants who have come into this country as children. This citizenship can provide protection, for instance, to wives in abusive marriages… Before I left for Washington, I consulted with two friends at church, wondering if it would be wise for me to speak in favor of pro-immigration policies. I assumed, wrongly, that evangelicals tend to be skeptical of such things. The reality is that, according to a 2022 Lifeway research poll, 83% of evangelicals think that legal immigrants are helpful to the U.S. and 71% of evangelicals think it’s important for Congress to pass new pro-immigration legislation. This shouldn’t be surprising… Christians have even more reason to embrace immigrants. We believe that the God of Israel took on flesh and resided among us as an alien and a stranger: ‘The Celestial Immigrant,’ as one of my colleagues in D.C. called him. That was Jesus’ conception of himself. In Matthew 25.35 he says, “I was an immigrant, and you invited me in.’”

(7) The US is facing a labor shortage — immigration is the solution [Johannes Lang and Zuzana Cepla, 08/18/2023]

“For over 35 years, the American political system has been unable to make any significant change to U.S. immigration policy. In June 2023, a bipartisan coalition of representatives introduced the Dignity Act, a comprehensive immigration reform bill. This followed a poll showing that four out of five Americans support bipartisan cooperation on immigration that would address labor shortages and inflation. While U.S. politics may continue to prevent an immigration grand bargain, there are many common sense reforms the government could take to fill gaps in our current workforce. American policymakers need to wake up to a new reality: The country is running out of workers, and immigration must be part of the solution.”

(8) Bipartisan immigration plan is the reform we need [Dallas Morning News Editorial Board, 08/01/2023]

“Our immigration system is no longer just broken and messy. It’s now dangerously dysfunctional, as Congress repeatedly proves the adage that if you aren’t part of the solution, then you’re part of the problem. Privately, lawmakers may agree that immigration policy isn’t working. But if they are truly serious about reform, then they should take a look at the bipartisan Dignity Act of 2023… Our national policy must balance border security while offering migrants a path to legal status and a future in this country. And it must happen now.”

(9) The pioneer legacy is an immigrant legacy [Jennie Murray, 07/23/2023]

“At his annual address to Congress in 1883, President Grover Cleveland proposed a blanket ban on Latter-day Saint immigration into the U.S., similar to the existing Chinese ban… The days of religious-based discrimination in our immigration policy is not that far behind us. But even if the motive is not religious, large groups of migrants face similar hardships today… The Dignity Act is a way to protect these migrants. The bill is supported by both Republicans and Democrats, and it addresses priorities for both camps. It offers funding for security at the southern border, and it creates a path to citizenship for many of the undocumented, law-abiding individuals already living within the U.S. It also would make significant changes to the asylum system, some aimed at efficiency, though the proposals raise concerns about asylum access.”

(10) Minnesota's future: Our biggest asset is people. Immigration reform is the timely way to build it. [Bill Blazar, 07/08/2023]

The real key to advancing international migration and Minnesota's economy sits in Washington. Who and how many immigrants arrive is overwhelmingly a function of federal law, which is badly out of date. President Ronald Reagan and the Democrat-led Congress did the last major update in 1986. Sadly, President Joe Biden and current congressional leaders appear in no hurry… There is hope. In May, U.S. Rep María Salazar, R-Fla., introduced legislation that addresses all the items listed above… They know that immigration is the only timely and practical way to give the people necessary for change and growth.”

(11) Hispanic women introduce bipartisan immigration bill in House [Marianna Sotomayor and Theodoric Meyer, 05/24/2023]

“A bipartisan duo of Hispanic women Tuesday introduced the most robust immigration proposal to date this Congress, a significant collaboration as a new generation of lawmakers pushes for meaningful reform of the nation’s immigration system after decades of failed attempts. For six months, Reps. Maria Elvira Salazar (R-Fla.) and Veronica Escobar (D-Tex.) have been quietly negotiating… while leaning on their lived experiences as lawmakers representing border districts with majority Hispanic constituencies… The bipartisan bill is another step in the effort to force a conversation between the parties as immigration-related issues continue to affect communities around the country. A growing group of lawmakers, who were elected after the last push for comprehensive immigration reform failed in 2013, is eager to engage in the debate, while many who came before them have lost hope. Salazar called immigration reform ‘the most toxic topic in Congress.’”

  1. Daily Freeman: Ryan sponsors bill to fast-track citizenship for migrants with military service (Paul Kirby, 02/09/2024)
  2. Michigan Advance: Rep. Scholten says ‘horrific’ conditions at southern border not helped by ‘do-nothing’ votes (Jon King, 02/09/2024)
  3. Nevada Current: Border bill draws opposition on a variety of fronts in Nevada (Dana Gentry, 02/06/2024)
  4. Newsweek: It's Groundhog Day at the Southern Border. Time to Change the Channel (Chrissy Houlahan, 02/05/2024)
  5. The Modesto Bee: GOP Rep. John Duarte faces Democrat Adam Gray in 13th District House rematch (Gillian Brassil, 02/05/2024)
  6. KFOX14: El Pasoans and Rep. Escobar debate Gov. Abbott's defiance of Supreme Court ruling (Jacqueline Quinones, 01/27/2024)
  7. Newsweek: Rep. Salazar: It's Time We Address Immigration with Dignity (María Elvira Salazar, 01/25/2024)
  8. Pittsburgh Tribune: Rep. Chris Deluzio kicks off reelection campaign in key congressional district (Ryan Deto, 01/23/2024)
  9. Nevada Current: Lee takes heat for voting with House Republicans on ‘open-borders’ resolution (Jennifer Solis, 01/23/2024)
  10. The Day: Courtney seeks 10th term in chaotic Congress (Brian Hallenbeck, 01/22/2024)
  11. Texas Tribune: U.S. Rep. Colin Allred joins Republicans to condemn Biden’s handling of border (Matthew Choi, 01/18/2024)
  12. Wisconsin State Journal: Nation needs comprehensive immigration reform now (Barb Brown, 01/11/2024)
  13. Milwaukee Courier: Migrant Air Drops and Inhumane Bus Rides (Senator Lena C. Taylor, 01/06/2024)
  14. Farm Week Now: Duncan: Agriculture needs a stable workforce in 2024 (Brian Duncan, 01/06/2024)
  15. News4SA: House Republicans hold press conference in Eagle Pass as Democratic colleagues call it 'performative politics' (Amanda Henderson, 01/03/2024)
  16. Border Report: Gonzales: El Paso going through migrant crisis, too (Julian Resendiz, 12/23/2023)
  17. Texas Impact: Press Release: Texas Impact Denounces Anti-Immigrant Bills (Bee Morehead, 10/25/2023)
  18. El Paso Times: Immigrant rights advocates in El Paso sound alarm over 'draconian' Republican proposals (El Paso Times, 12/22/2023)
  19. El Paso Times: 1 day after Gov. Greg Abbott signs SB4, El Paso County files legal challenge (Lauren Villagran and Aaron Martinez, 12/19/2023)
  20. Rio Grande Guardian: Stout: ‘Open borders’ is a lie, and it kills (David Stout, 12/19/2023)
  21. El Paso Times: CBP suspends border railway crossings in El Paso, Eagle Pass due to migrant surge (Daniel Borunda, 12/18/2023)
  22. Time Magazine: The Conservative Case for Immigration (Neil Gross, 12/18/2023)
  23. Rio Grande Guard: Maddox: Restoring compassion and dignity to immigration starts in the Rio Grande Valley (Nick Maddox, 12/15/2023)
  24. Texas Tribune: Latino Texas Democrats in U.S. House push back as White House entertains GOP border policy (Matthew Choi, 12/13/2023)
  25. Politico Huddle: Add impeachment to your 2024 bingo card (Daniella Diaz and Anthony Adragna, 12/13/2023)
  26. KDBC CBS 4 + KFOX14: Possible changes in asylum policy sparks reaction from El Paso representatives (Lianna Golden, 12/08/2023)
  27. Washington Post: A dignified plan to address the border (Jesse Rincones, 12/05/2023)
  28. The Philadelphia Inquirer: ‘Light of hope’ for Mexican immigrants: Guadalupe Torch comes to Philly on Thursday (Némesis Mora, 11/29/2023)
  29. Amarillo Globe-News: Another view: Desperation and freedom’s hope draws them; a broken system criminalizes them (Denise Anderson, Phil Anderson, and Alshandra Visagie, 11/26/2023)
  30. Orlando Sun-Sentinel: Don’t you want $35 billion worth of border security? (Josh T. Smith, 11/21/2023)
  31. CBS Austin: Allred on Senate run: "We can't afford six more years of Ted Cruz" (Michael Adkinson, 11/23/2023)
  32. KFOX El Paso: Veronica Escobar files for fourth term in Texas' 16th Congressional District (Adrian Amador, 11/11/2023)
  33. Politico New York Playbook: ‘A very sexy topic’ at Somos (Jeff Coltin, Emily Ngo, and Nick Reisman, 11/09/2023)
  34. Indica News: America’s Immigration Dilemma in Perspective (Frank Islam, 11/08/2023)
  35. Fresh Fruit Portal: A very brief look at the 100-year-old problem of the shortage in agricultural labor (Dante Galeazzi, 11/08/2023)
  36. Dallas Morning News: Texas lawmakers must protect immigrant students and set them up for success (Linda Corchado, 11/04/2023)
  37. WXYZ News: Rep. Scholten co-sponsors bill to combat immigration court backlog, protect migrant children (Ilene Gould, 11/01/2023)
  38. Politico Live: Inside this fall's biggest Dem divide — over the border (Nicholas Wu and Daniella Diaz, 10/31/2023)
  39. Border Report: Border lawmaker tells Abbott to remove razor wire (Julian Resendiz, 10/30/2023)
  40. New Faces in Congress: Rep. Hillary Scholten, A West Side of Michigan Story (Daily Kos, 10/29/2023)
  41. San Diego Union-Tribune: Opinion: A bipartisan immigration bill is gaining steam in Congress. Here’s why I’m backing it. (Rep. Mike Levin, 10/19/2023)
  42. Washington Examiner: Immigration bill floated during shutdown debate could slam door on persecuted church (Ryal Brown and Myal Greene, 10/16/2023)
  43. Boston Globe: Immigration reform: Yes, we can? (Marcela Garcia, 10/13/2023)
  44. Boston Globe: Reforma migratoria: ¿Sí se puede? (Marcela Garcia, 10/13/2023)
  45. Axios: Democratic divide over immigration spills out among Hispanic lawmakers (Hans Nichols and Stef W. Knight, 10/12/2023)
  46. Winston-Salem Journal: Ben Milner: Evangelical Christians Want North Carolina’s congressional leaders to act on immigration (Ben Milner, 10/08/2023)
  47. Foxboro Reporter: Area congressman calls on feds to visit state to assess migrant crisis (Stephen Peterson, 10/06/2023)
  48. Boston Herald: Auchincloss wants Biden to send ‘assessment team’ to Boston to review migrant situation (Chris Van Buskirk, 10/06/2023)
  49. Nevada Appeal: Lee: No easy way to get immigration legislation passed (Ray Hagar, 10/06/2023)
  50. WFMZ Allentown: Local lawmakers, candidates speak out after Biden says administration waiving dozens of laws to permit more border wall construction in southern Texas (Justin Backover, 10/05/2023)
  51. San Antonio Express News: Immigration reform is needed on the Texas-Mexico border (David Stout, 10/01/2023)
  52. Fresno Bee: Republican John Duarte ‘comfortable’ with word amnesty, defends backing immigration act (Juan Esparza Loera, 10/01/2023)
  53. U.S. Chamber of Commerce: How to Reform the U.S. Immigration System with Bipartisan Support (USCOC, 09/28/2023)
  54. Modesto Bee: Backing New Immigration Bill (Wayne Bridegroom, 09/24/2023)
  55. Border Report: South Texas border epicenter for crossings of asylum-seekers (Sandra Sanchez, 09/22/2023)
  56. The Christian Post: Open Doors warns 'America no longer the safe haven' for persecuted Christians it once was (Ryan Foley, 09/21/2023)
  57. Newsday: New York’s migrant crisis faces uphill climb on Capitol Hill (Laura Figueroa Hernandez, 09/16/2023)
  58. Dallas Morning News: Democrats must take cue from Eric Adams and acknowledge migrant crisis (Dallas Morning News Editorial Board, 09/16/2023)
  59. Wear Pensacola News: Migrants could be released on Texas streets due to spike in daily arrivals at US-Mexico border (Jonathan Mejia, 09/15/2023)
  60. Rio Grande Guard: Galeazzi: Let’s Build a Resilient Economy. Let’s Improve Immigration Policy. (Dante Galeazzi, 08/29/2023)
  61. Dallas Morning News: Letters to the Editor - Buoys and buses still don’t dent the flow of migrants (Larry Huddleston, 08/27/2023)
  62. Bipartisan Policy Center: The Dignity Act and BPC’s Immigration Recommendations (Diyarhi Roy, 08/26/2023)
  63. Fresh Fruit Portal: Illegal immigration impacting Texas (Fresh Fruit Portal, 08/23/2023)
  64. Providence Journal: Despite some sniping, CD1 candidates mostly agree in debate at RIC (Katherine Gregg, 08/22/2023)
  65. Westside Connect: Farm labor bills in Congress face a tough path to passage (Caleb Hampton, 08/18/2023)
  66. The Hill: The US is facing a labor shortage — immigration is the solution (Johannes Lang and Zuzana Cepla, 08/18/2023)
  67. My San Antonio: Here are five takeaways from Colin Allred's campaign against Cruz (Steven Santana, 08/16/2023)
  68. Halston Media: A Conversation with Mike Lawler (Brett Freeman and Emile Menasche, 08/13/2023)
  69. San Antonio Report: Panelists seek ‘common ground’ on thorny immigration reform issue at St. Mary’s University (Raquel Torres, 08/16/2023)
  70. We Are Iowa: Hutchinson, Scott, Binkley take the stage for Tuesday's Fair-Side Chats (Mary Sugden, 08/15/2023)
  71. Dallas Morning News: Letters to the Editor - Paxton, immigration, classrooms. (Manuel Mogollon, 08/08/2023)
  72. MyStateLine.com: Sara Dady shares why the Dignity Act of 2023 can help immigrants (Sydney Jason, 08/03/2023)
  73. MLive: Scholten talks child labor laws, immigration at first Grand Haven town hall (Skyla Jewell-Hammie, 08/01/2023)
  74. Dallas Morning News: Bipartisan immigration plan is reform we need (Dallas Morning News Editorial Board, 08/01/2023)
  75. The Messenger: Texas Border Battle Fires Up Hispanic House Leaders (Warren Rojas, 07/30/23)
  76. Houston Chronicle: Business leader: Let’s get asylum seekers working (Justin Yancy, 07/29/23)
  77. Biblical Recorder: FIRST-PERSON: It’s time to create a compassionate and orderly immigration system by passing the Dignity Act (Jonathan Perez Bernal, 07/26/2023)
  78. Houston Chronicle: Bipartisan border reform isn't easy. Rep. Escobar's bill is a start. (Houston Chronicle Editorial Board, 07/24/2023)
  79. Deseret News: Perspective: The pioneer legacy is an immigrant legacy (Jennie Murray, 07/23/23)
  80. Florida Politics: Inflation-reduction action: What María Elvira Salazar, Anna Paulina Luna have done to lower costs for Floridians (Jesse Scheckner, 07/21/2023)
  81. Dallas Morning News: Texas restaurants feel the labor shortage every day (Emily Williams Knight, 07/18/2023)
  82. Washington Post: Hispanic GOP caucus grows its numbers — and wants to increase its influence (Marianna Sotomayor, 07/17/2023)
  83. The News Courier: Editorial: Immigration reform, now (News Courier Editorial Board, 07/15/2023)
  84. Ripon Society: Salazar Leads the Way with Bipartisan Bill to Reform America’s Immigration System (Ripon Society, 07/14/2023)
  85. News Nation: Most think immigration good for country; some want less: poll (Cassie Buchman, 07/13/2023)
  86. The Hill: There’s reason for hope on immigration and border reforms (Jennie Murray, 07/12/2023)
  87. National Catholic Reporter: US bishops praise expansion of family reunification processes for migrants (Kate Scanlon, 07/11/2023)
  88. Orlando Sentinel: America deserves an immigration solution: the Dignity Act (María Elvira Salazar & Cesar Grajales, 07/09/2023)
  89. Minnesota Star Tribune: Minnesota's future: Our biggest asset is people. Immigration reform is the timely way to build it. (Bill Blazar, 07/08/2023)
  90. Spectrum News: Duarte pushes for Farm Worker Modernization Act: 'They’re an important part of our community' (Cassie Semyon, 07/06/2023)
  91. Westside Connect: Legislative roundup: Duarte sponsors bipartisan border security bill (Joe Cortez, 07/06/2023)
  92. FOX 17: Rep. Scholten aims to pass 1st immigration reform in nearly 30 years with 'Dignity Act' (Ilene Gould, 07/05/2023)
  93. Daily Caller: New York Democrat Launches Comeback Bid After House Leadership Sank His Reelection In 2022 (Arjun Singh, 07/05/2023)
  94. Orlando Sentinel: Former Florida GOP chair: Republican candidates should stop scapegoating on immigration (Al Cardenas, 06/27/2023)
  95. American Action Forum: The Dignity Act: Immigration Reform with Bipartisan Potential (Isabella Hindley, 06/27/2023)
  96. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: The Dignity Act of 2023 (USCCB, 06/23/2023)
  97. Reason Magazine: Congress Should Improve and then Pass the Venezuelan Adjustment Act (Ilya Somin, 06/14/2023)
  98. Dallas Morning News: How to keep Texas competitive? We need to allow more immigrant workers (Woody Hunt and Juan Carlos Cerda, 06/14/2023)
  99. NewsNation: What’s in the Dignity Act, the bipartisan immigration bill? (Katie Smith, 06/13/2023)
  100. Boston Globe: Back to the future with an unlikely bipartisan immigration bill (Marcela Garcia, 06/12/2023)
  101. Texas Tribune: With another DACA court ruling looming, Texas recipients who are now adults worry about their jobs and futures (Uriel Garcia, 06/09/2023)
  102. McKnights Long-Term Care News: Visa change is new staffing hope as prospect of immigration reform fades (Kimberly Marselas, 06/08/2023)
  103. Real Clear Policy: A Complete Solution to America's Immigration Problem (Karina Lipsman, 06/08/2023)
  104. Washington Times: Dignity Act combines border security investment, new legal paths (Josh T. Smith, 06/06/2023)
  105. Citrus Industry: New Dignity Act Aims to Reform Immigration and H-2A (Citrus Industry, 06/05/2023)
  106. The Hill: What’s really going on at the United States-Mexico Border? (Jennie Murray, 06/02/2023)
  107. McKnights Long-Term Care News: As staffing minimum looms, other workforce solutions simmer on back burner (Kimberly Marselas, 06/02/2023)
  108. Best Colleges: Bipartisan Bill Proposes Student Visa Changes With Workforce Pathways (Matthew Arrojas, 06/02/2023)
  109. Bloomberg: Want Lower Food Prices? Ease the Crackdown on Immigration (Amanda Little, 05/29/2023)
  110. Miami Herald: Florida needs immigrants. I know, I am a proud one (Mike Fernandez, 05/29/2023)
  111. The Hill: An immigration reform bill focused on dignity has bipartisan support (Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, 05/27/2023)
  112. Florida Daily: Maria Elvira Salazar Champions Immigration Reform Proposal (Kevin Derby, 05/26/2023)
  113. The Hill: Unorthodox immigration bill catches both parties by surprise (Rebecca Beitsch, 05/26/2023)
  114. Ripon Advance: Salazar offers bipartisan bill to end nation’s illegal immigration problem (Ripon Advance, 05/25/2023)
  115. National Immigration Forum: The Dignity Act: Bill Summary (Christian Penichet-Paul, Arturo Castellanos-Canales, and Alexandra Villarreal, 05/25/2023)
  116. News Nation: Salazar: ‘Best’ chance in a decade to revamp immigration (Tyler Wornell, 05/24/2023)
  117. Las Vegas Review Journal: It’s not perfect, but it’s a start on immigration reform (LVRJ Editorial Board, 05/24/2023)
  118. News Nation: New bipartisan bill gives legal status to immigrants in US (Joe Khalil and Katie Smith, 05/24/2023)
  119. Al Día: Latina Congresswomen María Elvira Salazar and Veronica Escobar introduce the bipartisan “Dignity Act” in hopes of U.S. immigration reform (Alan Nunez, 05/24/2023)
  120. Wall Street Journal: House Members Offer Rare Bipartisan Immigration Measure (Michelle Hackman and Siobhan Hughes, 05/23/2023)
  121. Texas Tribune: Texas Democrat unveils bipartisan immigration plan with path to citizenship, border security spending (Matthew Choi, 05/23/2023)
  122. NBC News: Two House Latinas propose bipartisan immigration bill (Suzanne Gamboa, 05/23/2023)
  123. Roll Call: Salazar, Escobar unveil comprehensive immigration bill (Suzanne Monyak, 05/23/2023)
  124. Roll Call: House duo introduce bipartisan immigration package offering ‘dignity status’ (05/23/2023)
  125. Washington Post: Hispanic women introduce bipartisan immigration bill in House (Marianne Sotomayor and Theodoric Meyer, 05/23/2023)

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