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"That is outrageous," Bush said in an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader editorial board. "And the way to solve
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton gave her first major televised interview since launching her 2016 campaign last night.
The widespread resistance led the Obama administration to announce in November that it would drop the Secure Communities
"We have a community that's already criminalized," said Erika Almiron, executive director of the Philadelphia group Juntos
As the NFL scandals keep breaking and a greater degree of attention is placed on violence against women, it is my hope that groups which do not get much attention in this conversation are brought more to the forefront: Native American and immigrant women.
In response, a number of city, county and state officials have announced policies to limit their cooperation with Secure
It's no secret that President Obama could heal the pain of immigrant families facing separation today with the stroke of a pen. But instead of taking action now, the president has ordered a "review" of deportation policies.
Law enforcement officials are watching Congress' actions on immigration, but they also have a more immediate focus: enforcement
WASHINGTON -- Last Wednesday, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter (D) announced a significant change to the city's law enforcement policies.
Despite these arguments, there are indications that the mindset on deportations is changing within DHS. John Sandweg, who
The president already has the power to reverse his failed immigration and border security policies. Now he just needs the political will and moral courage.
WASHINGTON -- California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a bill on Saturday limiting the state's cooperation with federal immigration
The TRUST Act, which was originally introduced by state Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, would have limited the state's law enforcement's
"The TRUST Act is intended to restore the public’s trust in local law enforcement and to encourage community policing efforts
Extending those numbers statewide, Justice Strategies estimates that California taxpayers spend $65 million each year to
Since leaving the program is impossible, D.C. and other areas are attempting to go against it in a different way, with the
This article has been updated to reflect more recent figures on removals from California. Other states have also attempted
Council members said they hope to oppose the program, Secure Communities, by immediately passing a law instructing local
The absence of truth is. That's why I have decided to call Ms. Munoz to a public debate in a Latino community of her choosing.
The Latino and immigrant community has been criminalized and targeted for several years. As a Latino, I find the Obama administration's public relations move to use Cecilia Muñoz, a former immigrant rights advocate, as the spokesperson for their worst immigration policies despicable.