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Immigration

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  • 7,000 immigrant children ordered deported without going to court

    7,000 immigrant children ordered deported without going to court
    More than 7,000 immigrant children have been ordered deported without appearing in court since large numbers of minors from Central America began illegally crossing the U.S. border in 2013, federal statistics show. The high number of deportation...
  • Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid

    Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid
    Here's a depressing truism: Of the scores of thousands of undocumented immigrant students who graduate from American high schools annually, only a tiny percentage continue on to a higher education institution. That's a huge waste of talent potential....
  • Fragile nature of democracy

    Obama publicly rebuked Egypt and the UAE for attacking the Islamists who beheaded 21 Christians in Libya, saying we should deal with ISIS peacefully, not violently. Then one of the perky coeds masquerading as a foreign policy expert for the Obama State...
  • Texas leaders call Obama's immigration setback 'victory for rule of law'

    Texas leaders call Obama's immigration setback 'victory for rule of law'
    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Sen. Ted Cruz and other Republican state leaders on Wednesday called a judge’s ruling against the president’s executive action on immigration a “victory for the rule of law” and the Constitution, and...
  • Obama set the immigration trap, and the GOP walked in

    On Monday, a federal judge in Texas blocked President Obama's latest executive actions on immigration. This is a short-term win for Republicans, who rightly believe the president lacked the authority to act unilaterally. But it does nothing to change...
  • L.A. supervisors OK help for immigrants under contested Obama plan

    L.A. supervisors OK help for immigrants under contested Obama plan
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to help eligible immigrants apply for President Obama's contested deferred action program, even as the fate of the president’s signature immigration initiative remains unclear. On a 4-1...
  • Immigration officials reviewing order to stop family detentions at border

    Immigration officials reviewing order to stop family detentions at border
    The Obama administration has not decided how to respond to a court ruling last week that ordered the government to stop detaining nearly 1,000 immigrant families as part of a policy meant to discourage other Central American families from illegally...
  • Judge's ruling may free immigrant mothers and children from detention

    Judge's ruling may free immigrant mothers and children from detention
    Claudia Velasquez, a Honduran immigrant held with her 7-year-old daughter since October in a federal detention facility, looked at the judge Monday via a video hookup as he considered her request for bond. Velasquez and nearly 1,000 mothers and children...
  • LAUSD's program to give immigration legal advice is ill-advised

    LAUSD's program to give immigration legal advice is ill-advised
    Some staff attorneys at the Los Angeles Unified School District have expressed interest in doing pro bono legal work for students who arrived in this country without documentation and on their own, with no adult family living here. Many of those...
  • Bondi silent on immigration lawsuit

     Bondi silent on immigration lawsuit
    TALLAHASSEE — Attorney General Pam Bondi is outspoken about her efforts to reduce or eliminate human trafficking, prescription drug abuse and consumer fraud. But when it comes to defending her decision to join a lawsuit with other states aimed...
  • White House puts immigration plans on hold after ruling

    White House puts immigration plans on hold after ruling
    The Obama administration put its new deportation-relief program on hold Tuesday on the eve of its launch, complying reluctantly with a federal judge's order that roiled immigrant communities nationwide and seemed to harden an already-tense stalemate on...