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Immigration

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  • Who should be deported?

     Who should be deported?
    President Obama recently directed Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson to examine U.S. immigration enforcement policies to see how the department can "conduct enforcement more humanely within the confines of the law." The answer to the president's...
  • Guillermo Martinez: Cuban Adjustment Act has become a true travesty

    Florida's Republican Senator Marco Rubio is not the first Cuban-American politician to advocate for a change in the law that gives Cubans a preferential immigration status in the United States. However, he is the most influential Cuban American politician...
  • Concert In Middletown To Honor Local Immigrants

    Concert In Middletown To Honor Local Immigrants
    MIDDLETOWN – The city will celebrate its rich ethic heritage Saturday with a musical program dedicated to European immigrants whose gateway to America was Ellis Island. The 7:30 p.m. program, at the Middletown High School Performing Arts Center,...
  • East meets West: Touchstone production explores Chinese immigrants in Lehigh Valley

    A Chinese legend says that things fated to be connected are attached by an invisible red string. Mary Wright feels that Bethlehem and China have that magical string connecting them. From the 1870s, when Chinese came to Lehigh University to learn...
  • Letters: Deportation isn't the answer

    Re "Who should be deported?," Opinion, March 27 It's most telling that John Sandweg, a former head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, excoriates the inhumanity of current ICE deportation policies. His piece should be required reading for all...
  • Number of unaccompanied minors arriving illegally in US is rising

    MIAMI Irene Granados celebrated her 16th birthday while walking through the desert two years ago trying to reach the United States and safety. Brothers Javier and Denis Giron, 13 and 17, floated on a raft across the Rio Grande last year also in a bid...
  • One California for me, another for thee

    No place on the planet is as beautiful and as naturally rich as California. And few places have become as absurd. Currently, three California state senators are either under felony indictment or already have been convicted. State Sen. Leland Yee (D-...
  • Jeb Bush presidential run could be hard on GOP

     Jeb Bush presidential run could be hard on GOP
    Jeb Bush is having a moment. For two months or so, as Chris Christie's presidential fortunes have appeared abridged, people who have supported the New Jersey governor (or at least are predisposed to support him) have started mentioning Bush, the former...
  • Open college doors for immigrant kids: My Word

    Every year, thousands of Florida high-school seniors graduate from public-school systems they have attended much of their lives. Many go on to enroll in our state's public universities and state colleges. But some of those same graduates suddenly find...
  • Jeb deserves a serious look, with distance from insiders

    WASHINGTON -- The human kindling that makes up the flammable Republican base may soon burst into flames, again. Portions of that excitable cohort are looking -- some with fawn-like eyes filled with hurt, others with sparks shooting from eyes narrowed like...
  • Healthcare advocates push for medical services for uninsured

    Healthcare advocates push for medical services for uninsured
    Healthcare advocates Tuesday urged the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to set aside at least $11 million in additional funding for free medical services for low-income residents — including immigrants lacking legal status — who...