Politics & Government

GOP Sens. Rubio, Graham and McCain to Obama: Don’t take executive actions on immigration laws

‘Those who oppose immigration reform would have us believe that administrative action amounts to ‘rewriting the immigration laws,’’ Pelosi, Gutierrez and Lofgren wrote. ‘We all know that no president can rewrite laws. But it is important to remember that Congress and the Constitution give presidents broad authority to take executive action on immigration policy, and past presidents have used this authority generously.’