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Senadora pide alto a las redadas

February 03, 2009 - Impre.com

NUEVA YORK/AP La senadora de Nueva York, Kirsten Gillibrand, le aseguró a activistas hispanos que ya no está a favor que la policía asuma funciones propias del servicio de inmigración.

Inicia la cuarta marcha migrante

February 03, 2009 - La Opinion

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Immigrant Prisoners Stage Uprising in Texas

February 03, 2009 - New America Media

Details are still sketchy of an inmate uprising at a privately-operated federal detention facility in West Texas last Saturday. Reports in the U.S. and Mexican press suggest the revolt, involving hundreds prisoners at the Reeves County Detention Center in Pecos, Tex.

Immigration detention center considered for L.A. area

February 03, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

Contractors are sought as Immigration and Customs Enforcement explores the project's feasibility. A Homeland Security notice says the center would be privately owned and operated.

Border Patrol to probe alleged arrest quotas

February 03, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

SANTA ANA, Calif. The U.S. Border Patrol on Monday ordered an investigation of allegations by agents in Southern California that they were given arrest quotas and threatened with punishment if they failed to meet them.

Political Lessons Taken on the Fly by Gillibrand - NYTimes.com

February 02, 2009 - The New York Times

That smile never disappears. A Long Island congresswoman is so angry about the new senators views on gun rights that she threatens a primary challenge next year? Senator Kirsten E.

NY Hate Crime Suspect Charged With More Attacks - NYTimes.com

February 02, 2009 - The New York Times

Filed at 8:20 p.m. ET RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- A New York teenager awaiting trial in the hate crime killing of an Ecuadorean immigrant has been accused of seven other attacks on Hispanics.

E-Verify Contractor Rule Delayed Again

February 02, 2009 - Congress Daily

The Obama administration has postponed until May a rule that would require federal contractors to check if newly hired employees are not undocumented immigrants.

Former Iowa slaughterhouse manager wants charges dismissed, requests separate trials

February 02, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The former manager of a kosher slaughterhouse wants a judge to dismiss nearly 100 counts against him. If not, he wants to be tried separately on different charges.

California border agents complain of quotas

February 02, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

SANTA ANA, Calif. U.S. Border Patrol agents working about 100 miles north of the Mexican border allege that they have been given arrest quotas at odds with agency practices and threatened with punishment if they fail to meet the number.


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