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Stranger in a strange land: the surreal world of immigration law

By Kelly Vomacka

*Editor’s note: The author is a lawyer who has provided volunteer assistance to the Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center (KIAC) in Bremerton, among other nonprofits. 2,523 more words

Good Governance

AFSC Applauds US Department of Justice Decision to Reform Halfway Houses and Hold For-Profit Contractors Accountable

Tucson, AZ— Today, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a memo that acknowledges the need to “reform federal halfway houses.” Since the 1960’s, halfway houses (now called Residential Re-entry Centers- RRCs) have been used to facilitate a formerly incarcerated person’s transition back into the community. 579 more words

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Breaking: Dept of Justice to Phase Out Private Prisons

Tucson, AZ— Today, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a memo that acknowledges the need to “reduce our use of private prisons.” For nearly four decades, the criminal justice system has relied on the use of private, for-profit companies to run the federal government’s prisons and detention facilities. 295 more words

AFSC Arizona

Private prison operator's sales "could explode" if Donald Trump elected president

If Donald Trump wins the election in November, might shares of private prison operator GEO Group soar?

There’s a growing consensus that the Boca Raton-based company, which runs detention centers for U.S. 150 more words

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Private prison operator's sales "could explode" if Donald Trump elected president

If Donald Trump wins the election in November, might shares of private prison operator GEO Group soar?

There’s a growing consensus that the Boca Raton-based company, which runs detention centers for U.S. 150 more words

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