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SCHIP bill

February 05, 2009 - Chicago

Obama signs SCHIP bill giving children's health insurance to 4M more...

Hispanic Christians rally for immigration reform

February 04, 2009 - USA Today

WASHINGTON A Hispanic Christian group plans to hold monthly prayer vigils on Capitol Hill in hopes of pushing Congress toward passing an immigration reform bill.

GOP necesita nuevo inicio

February 04, 2009 - La Opinion

Latinos Tras la selección de Michael Steele a ser presidente a nivel nacional del Partido Republicano (GOP), la comentarista Leslie Sánchez se preguntó si los dos partidos políticos podrán ver más allá de los estereotipos de los latinos en lo que compiten por atraerlos.

Cuotas inapropiadas

February 04, 2009 - La Opinion

Las acciones de la oficina de la Patrulla Fronteriza en Riverside parece no conocer límites a la hora de buscar y capturar indocumentados. No hay días libres ni sitios donde los los agentes no pidan documentos a quien ellos deseen sin tener motivos especiales más allá de la apariencia latina del sospechoso...

Wake sheriff wants to keep deportation program

February 04, 2009 - The News & Observer

RALEIGH -- The chances of a controversial jail deportation program shutting down appear to be remote, even though it has been placed on a list of possible cuts in the Wake County budget.

Arpaio to move illegal-immigrant inmates

February 04, 2009 - The Arizona Republic

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office plans to move hundreds of illegal immigrants to a segregated area of the Tent City complex to serve the rest of their sentences, Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced Tuesday afternoon.

Stimulus Conference Becoming Venue For E-Verify Battle

February 04, 2009 - Congress Daily

Immigration advocates are looking at conference negotiations over the economic recovery package as the main battleground to defeat an effort to require companies benefiting from stimulus spending to verify the legal status of their .

Border official indicted in housekeeper case

February 03, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

BOSTON A top Homeland Security official for the Northeast has been indicted on a charge that she encouraged her housekeeper, whom she knew to be an illegal immigrant, to stay in the U.

Border-Fence Project Hits a Snag

February 03, 2009 - The Wall Street Journal

By STEPHANIE SIMON Construction of the final stretch of a 670-mile security fence along the southern U.S. border has hit a series of legal, political and engineering obstacles that are slowing completion of the yearlong project.

FCC to Investigate Link Between Hate Speech and Hate Crimes

February 03, 2009 - New America Media

"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Growing up, how often did your parents tell you this in their effort to protect you from school-yard bullies? Despite their best intentions, you knew better.

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