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Immigration

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  • Speak Out caller: Taxpayers shouldn't pay for interpreters

    Irked about paying for interpreters: I was reading an article on the front page about the interpreter laws. Why should we have to pay for interpreters? If you can't speak English, pay for your own interpreter. Maybe we should show politicians that...
  • Most Americans support path to legal status for immigrants, poll shows

    Most Americans support path to legal status for immigrants, poll shows
    A majority of Americans support a path to legal status for immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center, if certain requirements are met. Although the poll question did not specify what those requirements...
  • Julián Cancino's journey as a transgender and immigrant

    Julián Cancino's journey as a transgender and immigrant
    I was thirteen years old when a Border Patrol agent held a gun to my head. Packs of German Shepherds surrounded me, and the surveillance helicopter flying nearby prevented me from hearing the shouts of the agents. I was apprehended for attempting to enter...
  • Florida Economic Growth Summit: What the speakers said

    Florida Economic Growth Summit: What the speakers said
    At a GOP economic forum at which seven potential presidential candidates called for less taxes and government and most blasted Democrats, Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush called for "conservative principles applied the right way" and cautioned against angry...
  • Man posing as attorney lied to immigrants seeking legal help

    Man posing as attorney lied to immigrants seeking legal help
    Five years ago, a Guatemalan immigrant named Oliver Ortega sought help from Jesus Lozano. Lozano's business card advertised a range of legal services next to a picture of the scales of justice. His bookshelves were lined with two sets of the...
  • Group says California immigration policies contributed to drought

    Group says California immigration policies contributed to drought
    In a television commercial that has aired across the state, a young boy asks: "If Californians are having fewer children, why isn't there enough water?" The ad is part of a wider media campaign blaming California's historic drought on the state's...
  • Hartford Plans To Introduce Municipal ID Cards

    Hartford Plans To Introduce Municipal ID Cards
    HARTFORD — A plan to introduce municipal identification cards in the state's capital would give undocumented immigrants, the homeless and other residents who might be living in the shadows easier access to city services, community leaders said...
  • 5 times Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio didn't shy away from controversy

    5 times Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio didn't shy away from controversy
    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio isn't new to making headlines.  The outspoken Arizona sheriff, who often boasts about his get-tough approach on illegal immigration, was in U.S. District Court in Phoenix on Wednesday for the second day of a four-day...
  • More than 370 migrants arrive in Indonesia after being stranded at sea

    More than 370 migrants arrive in Indonesia after being stranded at sea
    More than 370 migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar landed in Indonesia late Tuesday and early Wednesday after floating for months on overcrowded boats, Indonesian officials said.  "They were suffering dehydration, they are weak and starving," Khairul...
  • Proposed Rauner budget cuts kidney transplants for undocumented immigrants

    Activists held hunger strikes for years and doctors lobbied the state General Assembly before Illinois allowed undocumented immigrants to acquire state-funded kidney transplants last year, a program that is set to be cut under Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposed...
  • Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'

    Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'
    Delmy Cruz left her son Alexis with her mother in Honduras and crossed the border illegally to make a life for herself cleaning homes in Los Angeles. Soon after, she gave birth to another son, Jackson, now 6. Last year, as gang violence worsened in...