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DACA; Police Accountability [guest host Ed Chung]
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El Paso Leaders Assert Easing Bridge Traffic Trumps Border Security
TCP Applauds DHS Effort to Use Alternatives to Immigrant Detention
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Sets the Record Straight on ICE Sequester Moves
Coalition Letter to DHS Secretary Napolitano Regarding Concerns with National Security Entry-Exit Registration Systems (NSEERS)
Groups express their disappointment with the fact that an April 16, 2012 DHS memo on NSEERS retains the program's regulatory framework; fails to provide redress for all individuals who continue to face adverse immigration consequences as a result of the program; and lacks information regarding the status of databases created under the program.
Coalition Letter to Senate Committee Regarding Request to Decrease Reliance on Costly and Unnecessary Immigration Detention
A coalition of immigration, civil rights, civil liberties, faith-based, and community organizations requests the government decrease its reliance on costly and unnecessary immigration detention, decrease spending on detention beds, and recommend greater spending for alternatives to detention.
Let’s use a scalpel with detention bill
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“Keep our communities safe act” takes the wrong approach
U.S. Bill Authorizing Indefinite Detention of Immigrants Raises Serious Constitutional Concerns
Limiting Immigration Detention & Promoting Access to Counsel
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