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Immigration Reform News Today / Qué Pasa En Inmigración, November 25, 2015

English (en español al final de la página): Politico: Feds ask Supreme Court to hear immigration case this term By Josh Gerstein Wall Street Journal: Obama Administration Asks Court to Deny Texas More Time on Immigration By Jess Bravin Roll Call: White House Asks High Court to Hear Immigration Case This Term By Todd Ruger Bloomberg: Obama’s Immigration … Continue reading »

Cartoon Monday: Trump’s Racist Campaign Continues To Sink Even Lower

As Donald Trump advocates for the surveillance of Muslim-Americans and then defends the beating of a Black Lives Matter protester at one of his campaign rallies, two cartoonists capture his dangerous attitude. Love to cartoonists @laloalcaraz & @khalidalbaih for visually capturing Trump’s attitude towards Mexicans & Muslims. — Wage BEAUTY (@wagebeauty) November 21, 2015

Trump Says “Maybe He Should Have Been Roughed Up” After His Fans Assault Black Lives Matter Demonstrator

Donald Trump’s dangerous, toxic campaign for President reached another new low this past weekend. Here at America’s Voice, we’ve been tracking instances across the nation where Trump, his supporters, or his staff have harassed or attacked Latinos and immigrants. Now, in an ugly new incident, Trump not only defended, but in fact encouraged the brutal … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News Today / Qué Pasa En Inmigración, November 23, 2015

English (en español al final de la página): TV Newsroom: Donald Trump: Mexican Border Wall Would Help End Heroin Crisis AP: Obama Plea to Supreme Court: Save My Immigration Plan New York Times: Obama Administration Asks Supreme Court to Save Immigration Plan By Adam Liptak Wall Street Journal: Obama Administration Races to Get Immigration Case … Continue reading »

One Year After DAPA Announcement; Immigrants Continue To Fight

Immigrants from across the country continue their push for the implementation of DAPA, an initiative that would shield parents of U.S. Citizens and legal permanent residents from deportation. Announced by President Barack Obama on November 20, 2014, the program has been stalled in the courts for the past year – as Republican Governors launched a … Continue reading »

Christie Embraces the #TrumpEffect: Ready To Block Driver’s Licenses to New Jersey Immigrants

Earlier this week, the New Jersey Legislature moved forward with a bill that would grant driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants. The New Jersey Safe and Responsible Driver Act (A4425), would grant driver’s licenses to undocumented resident in New Jersey who are able to provide a variety of documented to the state’s Motor Vehicle Commission, pay … Continue reading »

Maná and Los Tigres Del Norte Have A Message for Latino Voters

Latin musical powerhouses Maná and Los Tigres del Norte sent a powerful message to Latino voters last night. Moments after concluding their duet performance of the song “Somos Mas Americanos” (We Are More American), the bands came together to raise a white sign that asked Latinos to stand united against racism. The sign, which reads … Continue reading »

VIDEO: Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley Sits With Immigrant Family For DAPA Dinner

Last week, Democratic presidential candidate and former Governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley sat down for a historic meal with a DAPA-eligible family from Austin, Texas, to hear how the program would benefit them. O’Malley’s visit with the Ramirez family — consisting of several DACA-recipient children, a U.S. citizen child, and DAPA-eligible parents — is the first … Continue reading »