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Struggle for Immigrants’ Rights Highlights Split Within Organized Labor

ICE officers' union resists reform measures to controversial Secure Communities program, while AFl-CIO wants to end it

Trying to please all at once and disappointing everyone, the White House has long played a game of good-cop-bad-cop on immigration, promising reforms while clinging to some of the cruelest deportation policies. Read more >

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Obama Administration Proposes Sensible Changes That Will Let Many Families Avoid Prolonged Separation

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Monica Garcia, 213-400-7822, garcia@nilc.org Read more >

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Special Report: Slamming the door - How Trump transformed U.S. refugee program

WASHINGTON/KAKUMA, KENYA (Reuters) (Sept. 12) - On Jan. 19, 2017, Aden Hassan’s long wait to start a new life ended when he stepped off a plane in Columbus, Ohio, half a world away from the Kenyan refugee camp where he had lived for a decade. Read more >

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NNIRR Commentary - Obama’s Executive Action Is a Historic Step – But We Need Fairness and Justice for All

Stop Detentions and Deportations, Roll Back Militarization of the Border Read more >

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Feinstein Under Fire From Immigration Advocates

For immigration advocates rushing to beat back congressional momentum to crack down on so-called “sanctuary cities,” their chief worry isn’t the Republicans who control Capitol Hill.

It’s Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Read more >

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