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President Obama’s $3.7B funding request is not on the calendar but other proposals are scheduled for hearings before summer break

As the final days and hours of the current legislative session wind down, it looks like there may not be any action on President Obama’s request for funding. 806 more words

News Affecting Immigrant Residents

Saratoga Race Course's Back Stretch Workers: More Need for Immigration Reform

I am very fortunate to live in Saratoga Springs, New York. Last Friday was opening day at the Saratoga Race Course, and the weather cooperated. As a result, the crowds were out to watch racing at what I would argue is the country’s finest racing venue. 617 more words

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Immigration law and policy is complex and there are frequent misunderstandings on both sides of the fence

Many people are misinformed and confused about U.S. immigration law and policy. Misunderstandings among large numbers of people may contribute to the recent increase of undocumented children, and families arriving on U.S. 815 more words

News Affecting Immigrant Residents

Underwater Dreams Airs Today

Underwater Dreams airs on Mun2 and KSTS Telemundo today and tomorrow.  Watch this movie!  You won’t regret it. It is on at 1:00 p.m. on Telemundo today. 268 more words

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Real Talk SATURDAY - The Border Crisis is a Humanitarian Crisis

In the past several months, we have seen an influx of young children coming to the United States being met by border patrol agents. Upwards of 52,000 undocumented children have come from the countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. 717 more words

Politics

Child illegals: creating a haven, but for how long?

A sovereign nation must be able to control its borders. The United States cannot simply throw open the gates and let anyone come in, even children.  464 more words

Politics

Time for Amnesty

Americans don’t really care for reform until things go south. Pun intended.

Illegal immigration has been a big-ticket political item for years. As the Latino population grows, so too will its importance. 595 more words

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