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What Might Executive Action on Immigration Look Like?

As Facebook is crowded with pictures of kids going back to school, we must face the inevitable end of summer.  However, for immigrants, it is possible that the end of summer will bring long-awaited administrative relief from the Obama administration.  1,163 more words

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Newhouse and Reichert Forecast to Win Congressional Districts in Fall

Ninety-five percent of the ballots in primary elections in Douglas County and the two Congressional districts have been counted. From the results my prediction is Dan Newhouse should win Congressman Doc Hastings’ 4th District seat and Congressman Dave Reichert should retain his 8th District seat. 611 more words

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La Santa Cecilia Celebrates the Beatles, Migrant Workers and Strawberries.

For the last few years, La Santa Cecilia, a Mexican-American band, based in Los Angeles, California, has not only made excellent music, but has also championed the plight on undocumented immigrants in the U.S.  106 more words

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Children and the U.S. Border Crisis: Averting an International Tragedy

A recent interview I had with Moody Radio to discuss my experience as a Compassion International child sponsor, developed into an opportunity to look more closely at what is happening on our borders. 872 more words

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California Drops a Day and Improves the Lives of Immigrants

In a move that will help thousands of immigrants, California governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1310 into law today.  This law imposes a maximum sentence of 364 days in prison for those convicted of misdemeanors in California.  405 more words

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FOBR Heidi Altman of the Capital Area Immigrants Rights Coalition Sets the Politicians Right on the Children

We have had lots to say about the children seeking refuge in the United States.  Yet, once again, our poor power to add or detract has become apparent in light of… 316 more words

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