Currently, no more than 7 percent of green cards handed out in a single year can go to immigrants from the same country.
It's a regressive, debt-ridden program that transfers wealth from regular Americans to the rich.
The way Congress crafts spending bills has "effectively disenfranchised almost 300 million Americans."
His is one of 25 names on the White House's official list of potential Supreme Court picks.
Senators demand discussion of protections for Americans against unwarranted snooping.
Ted Cruz joins Rand Paul and Mike Lee in enthusiastically endorsing lawless jurist Roy Moore.
Yes, but only because states have abdicated the responsibility themselves.
Licensing laws are mostly a state issue, but a 2014 Supreme Court decision gives the federal government a role to play too. Lee is seizing the opportunity.
It took two libertarian-leaners, one moderate, and a Kansan irked at the process to deny Donald Trump his unpopular, critically panned legislation.
Mike Lee makes the argument in favor, as he tries to steer the president toward the devolution of power
In interview, the Utah senator signals a make-or-break moment for the Obamacare revamp, while Mike Rounds tries to bridge the moderate-conservative gap.
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Tea Party senators claim to be "open to negotiation" yet insist on repealing Obamacare, which no version of the AHCA has come close to doing.
"They've gotten kind of weak-kneed," the Kentucky senator says of his GOP colleagues. If he, Mike Lee, and one other senator defect, the bill is dead.
As the president throws the Freedom Caucus under the bus by reportedly calling the AHCA a “mean, mean, mean…son of a bitch,” Rand Paul says he’ll vote against any “new entitlements,” and the swing vote shifts to…Ted Cruz?
Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Mike Lee need to step up their oversight game
The president is an unserious man who is wielding a huge amount of power. Will a GOP Congress keep him in check?
Elected Mormons lead the GOP charge against the Republican presidential nominee, while Gary Johnson redoubles focus on a defecting Utah.
Bill would subvert legal interpretation of Wire Act.
How a 229-year-old document disrupted both major-party conventions