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Rachel Roubein

Staff Correspondent

rroubein@nationaljournal.com

Rachel Roubein is a Staff Correspondent at National Journal covering Congress. She previously covered health and human services at Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland, where she won awards for her Affordable Care Act coverage and state government, health and investigative reporting.

Rachel is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a major in journalism and minors in Spanish and international development and conflict management. She hails from the South/Midwest.

Latest From Rachel Roubein

In Immigration Action, the LGBT Community Once Again Feels Left Behind

After fighting for inclusion, thousands of LGBT immigrants likely won't benefit from Obama's immigration plan.

Obama's Immigration Order Is Done. Now He Has to Make It Work.

Many questions about implementing the plan remain, as the White House enters "uncharted territory."

Should the U.S. Adopt Canada's Immigration System? One Republican Thinks So.

Sen. Jeff Sessions suggests the U.S. could learn a few things about border policy from its neighbor to the north. Except perhaps the part about speaking French.

Obama Sets Out to Change 'Broken' Immigration System on His Own

The president announced major action on immigration in an address from the White House Thursday night.

GOP Options to Block Obama's Order Are Narrowing

Writing a spending bill to defund the immigration move would be difficult, and using an authorization bill or lawsuit may not work either.

Why Obama Is Going to Vegas to Tout His Immigration Order

For political and demographic reasons, Nevada is a fitting stage for the president's big gamble.

The Capitol Dome Is Ready for Its Makeover

The scaffolding is complete. Now the real restoration work can begin. 

Show More from Rachel Roubein

In Immigration Action, the LGBT Community Once Again Feels Left Behind

After fighting for inclusion, thousands of LGBT immigrants likely won't benefit from Obama's immigration plan.

Obama's Immigration Order Is Done. Now He Has to Make It Work.

Many questions about implementing the plan remain, as the White House enters "uncharted territory."

Should the U.S. Adopt Canada's Immigration System? One Republican Thinks So.

Sen. Jeff Sessions suggests the U.S. could learn a few things about border policy from its neighbor to the north. Except perhaps the part about speaking French.

Obama Sets Out to Change 'Broken' Immigration System on His Own

The president announced major action on immigration in an address from the White House Thursday night.

GOP Options to Block Obama's Order Are Narrowing

Writing a spending bill to defund the immigration move would be difficult, and using an authorization bill or lawsuit may not work either.

Why Obama Is Going to Vegas to Tout His Immigration Order

For political and demographic reasons, Nevada is a fitting stage for the president's big gamble.

The Capitol Dome Is Ready for Its Makeover

The scaffolding is complete. Now the real restoration work can begin. 

Show More from Rachel Roubein