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Updated Information About The U.S. Immigration Crisis

Over the past few weeks, we have seen a spike in outrage over the separation of immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border. Particularly horrifying are the reports that the children were being kept in cages, as if they are dogs. To be clear, our office has been speaking out against the practice […]

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A Bigger Picture of the Venezuelan Threat: What Americans Need to Know Right Now

Earlier this week multiple news outlets reported that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is threatening the U.S. with war. Upset by President Trump’s ban disallowing Venezuelan officials from entering the country, Maduro reportedly stated, “We have been shamelessly threatened by the most criminal empire that ever existed and we have the obligation to prepare ourselves to […]

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Could Trump’s Border Wall Actually Be a Good Idea?

  In the past, we have decried Trump’s border wall proposal, railing against it as an unworkable plan that holds potential to trash our diplomatic relations with Mexico while putting our nation’s food security at risk and threatening the health of industry. Today, after reading plans submitted by entities that want to actually get the […]

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Cesar Chavez Day: Why It’s So Important Today

Friday, March 31 would have been Cesar Chavez’ 90th birthday. Around the nation, we will celebrate his life. But do we all remember what this inspirational man did and why we honor him on Cesar Chavez Day? What would he have thought or done about the current challenges migrant workers face? Cesar Chavez’ Story Born […]

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DREAMers Update: What You Need to Know About DACA in the Trump White House

“DACA is a very, very difficult subject for me,” Trump stated during a news conference Thursday, promising to address the issue “with heart.… It’s one of the most difficult subjects I have because you have these incredible kids.” Earlier this year, at his inauguration lunch with congressional leaders, Trump told Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), the […]

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What You Need to Know About Our Immigration Judges

When most of us hear the words “immigration policy”, we think of border patrol, walls, paperwork or detention. Most of us don’t think about one of the most important elements in a workable immigration system: our judges. Right now, our immigration judges must deal with an incredible backlog of cases (approximately 512,000 as of August […]

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