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Court Observers Expect Justices to Allow Pres. Trump to End DACA

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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case challenging President Trump's decision to end DACA. Most who sat in on the session anticipate that the Justices will side with the Administration. It remains to be seen whether or not the Court will rule on the constitutionality of President Obama's executive amnesty.

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New Farm Bill: Good for Ag Employers and Illegal Aliens, Bad for American Workers

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The Farm Workforce Modernization Act of 2019, H.R. 4916, introduced by Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), would grant amnesty - including work permits, green cards, and a path to citizenship - to illegal aliens who have been unlawfully employed in agriculture during the past two years. The legislation proposes variations on two tried and demonstrably failed policies of the past: amnesty and indentured servitude.

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Most Aliens in Mississippi ICE Raids Stole Americans' Identities

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Most of the 680 illegal immigrants nabbed in August’s immigration raids at poultry plants in Mississippi worked under stolen American identities, the Department of Homeland Security's top investigator told the House Homeland Security Committee Thursday, rebuffing those who insisted the "undocumented" workers were doing no harm.

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Sussex County NJ Votes 'Yes' on ICE Cooperation

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Sussex County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly responded yes to a ballot question that asked whether the county should assist federal immigration officials. When announcing the directive last November, Grewal said it was aimed at building trust between the state's diverse immigrant community and law enforcement. The proposal passed 22,081 to 10,982.

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Tucson Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Sanctuary City Measure

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Voters in one of Arizona's most liberal cities rejected an initiative Tuesday that would have made Tucson the state's only sanctuary city amid concerns that it went too far in restricting police officers. The measure drew fierce opposition from the mayor and city council, all of them Democrats, who said the initiative risked public safety and millions of dollars the city gets from the state and federal governments.

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Fighting Fires Without Facing the Facts of California Population Expansion

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  by  Christy Shaw

The crises in California are a long way from over, and the problems with be more difficult to solve as the state's population, now at 40 million, continues to grow. Wildfires, water shortages, and planned power outages are just the tip of the iceberg if population is not part of the discussion to fix and enforce U.S. immigration policies.

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