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Bill Aims to Quicken Border Process

A bipartisan bill set to be introduced this week will treat unaccompanied immigrant children from central America the same as minors from Mexico – a legislative attempt meant to get at the root of the current crisis overwhelming the U.S. southern border. Read more >

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The Government Is Using Subliminal Songs To Scare Immigrants

Guess who commissioned “La Bestia,” a Central American radio hit about the dangers of the journey to America?

“Migrants from everywhere, entrenched along the rail ties. Far away from where they come, further away from where they go,” singer Eddie Ganz croons in Spanish over the Caribbean beat of the marimba, a wooden xylophone-like instrument from Guatemala. “They call her the Beast from the South, this wretched train of death. With the devil in the boiler, whistles, roars, twists and turns.” Read more >

Lawmakers Want to Deport Central American Kids Faster, and Obama Agrees

A year after President Obama launched his failed campaign to pass sweeping immigration reform that would have granted millions of people a path to citizenship, Congress is preparing a bill that will do just the opposite. A bipartisan proposal by two Texas lawmakers would accelerate the deportations of tens of thousands of Central American children. Read more >

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Progressive Caucus: Don't Take Protections Away From Kids To Address Border Crisis

Progressives in Congress are fighting back against growing calls to change laws meant to protect unaccompanied minors, but are up against a president, Republicans and even some Democrats who say doing so may be necessary to solve the current border crisis. Read more >

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