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Immigration

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Miss. House Passes Anti-Immigration Bill

Mar 15, 2012

Mississippi House members voted 70-47 in favor of anti-immigration bill House Bill 488, which now heads to the Senate. The bill passed after midnight Thursday after House Republicans removed several controversial provisions from the legislation that would have required schools...

Anti-Trafficking CASE Act Could Appear on CA November Ballot

Mar 14, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO -- The campaign behind the Californians Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) Act announced in a webcast Tuesday night that they have collected and will submit more than 873,000 signatures to put the measure on the California ballot in November....

GOP Struggles to Lure Latino Votes

Mar 14, 2012

Editor’s Note: California’s Latino GOP leaders recently debated whether Republicans’ anti-immigration stance is the only important issue for Hispanic voters.By Jennifer Baires and Jamie Goldberg, the California News Service/New America MediaBURLINGAME, CA--Rocky Chavez, a former Undersecretary of the California Department...

Poll: Half of Latino Voters Think the I-Word Is Offensive

Mar 12, 2012

 According to a Fox News Latino poll conducted by Latin Insights, a New York based independent research company, the majority of Latino “likely voters” believe the term, “illegal immigrants,” is offensive. Here’s the breakdown: 46 percent of those polled think...

For Latinos, Immigration More Personal than Political, Poll Says

Mar 08, 2012

It's not a dinner table topic for many of them, or the sole issue that will influence whom they support for president in November.But Latinos still listen closely to what candidates say about immigration.A new Fox News Latino poll conducted...

New Report Debunks Myth of Self-Deportation

Mar 05, 2012

Faced with harsh anti-immigrant state laws, most unauthorized immigrants do not return to their home countries. That is the conclusion of a new report from the Center for American Progress, entitled Staying Put but Still in the Shadows. The report...

Steel Workers Strike in Berkeley

Mar 01, 2012

Ed. Note: Two hundred immigrant workers and their families joined hundreds of supporters in a march through downtown Berkeley February 17, protesting their firing from Pacific Steel Castings. The company is one of the city's biggest employers, and the...

Iron Workers Strike in Berkeley

Feb 29, 2012

Ed. Note: Two hundred immigrant workers and their families joined hundreds of supporters in a march through downtown Berkeley February 17, protesting their firing from Pacific Steel Castings. The company is one of the city's biggest employers, and the...

LAPD to Reform Car Impound Policy for Unlicensed Drivers

Feb 29, 2012

LOS ANGELES -- On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Police Commission, in a 4-to-1 vote, approved LAPD Chief Charlie Beck’s proposal to update the city’s car impound procedures for unlicensed drivers who meet certain requirements. The move was welcomed news for...

Fear of Deportation Kept Miramonte School’s Parents From Reporting Sex Abuse

Feb 13, 2012

Two teachers have been charged with multiple counts of lewd conduct against several students at Miramonte Elementary—a school in South Los Angeles who’s student body is made up of 98% Latinos and 2% black students. Lawyers say at least three...

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