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Repudian accionar de alguacil en Arizona

February 06, 2009 - Univision.com

LOS ANGELES, California - Organizaciones defensoras de los inmigrantes en Los Ángeles manifestaron su repudio a las medidas tomadas por el alguacil del condado Maricopa, Joe Arpaio, en Arizona, por alojar en carpas a indocumentados arrestados.

El sueño americano para todos

February 06, 2009 - El Nuevo Herald

Washington, D.C. -- Recientemente el mundo entero se estremeció al presenciar la toma de posesión del presidente Barack Obama. Fueron imágenes contundentes de lo que es el sueño americano.

Gobierno dice que hay un cambio en tema migratorio

February 06, 2009 - Impre.com

Jefe de gabinete de Obama exalta diferencias con la anterior...

Grupos de odio bloquean la reforma migratoria

February 06, 2009 - Impre.com

Reporte señala a John Tanton como el autor...

Corrupt U.S. Agents Aid Human Smuggling at Border

February 06, 2009 - New America Media

Aurora Torres' voice is off-key but audible as she sings "Happy Birthday" to Mike Gilliland, her paramour and partner in a human smuggling operation. Gilliland, a former Marine, was a border and customs officer at a crossing east of San Diego.

Editorial - Arpaios America - NYTimes.com

February 06, 2009 - The New York Times

It has come to this: In Phoenix on Wednesday, more than 200 men in shackles and prison stripes were marched under armed guard past a gantlet of TV cameras to a tent prison encircled by an electric fence.

Fired Border Patrol agent alleges quota pressure in Inland Empire

February 06, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

Tony Plattel says agents cruised streets, bus stops and even medical clinics for illegal immigrants to meet their arrest quotas.

CurrentsWhen People Stop Moving, So Do Congressional Seats

February 06, 2009 - The Wall Street Journal

By JUNE KRONHOLZ Here's something else that's likely to be affected by the recession: voting power on Capitol Hill. Just a year or two ago, New York seemed set to lose two seats in the House of Representatives after the 2010 census as its retirees fled south.

Mother arrested in front of children

February 06, 2009 - The Arizona Republic

In January, Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputies patrolled the West Valley during the first crime sweep of 2009. Immigrant rights organizer Salvador Reza monitored the stops and captured video of someone trying to stop him from filming, but he continued rolling.

Use of federal database for ID checks hits some bumps

February 06, 2009 - USA Today

States are increasingly cracking down on illegal immigration by requiring companies to check their employees against a controversial Homeland Security Department database.


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