Cincinnati, OH –  Following yet another court ruling against the Trump Administration’s handling of its decision to end the DACA program, The New York Times is out with a must-read piece about the movement created by young immigrants – commonly known as “Dreamers” – and how they continue to organize for change in the only country they call home. Well-known immigrant activist… Continue »

In NY-22, Rep. Claudia Tenney is Silent, While in NC-4, Rep. David Price Shows Up and Speaks Out New York Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-22) has a lot to say. She’s incensed at Canada for a pricing scheme that undercuts New York’s dairy industry. She’s outraged that leaders in New York want to ensure that every driver on the state’s roads… Continue »

A new poll released today by Beltway outlet Axios finds that Republican-held Senate seats in Arizona, Nevada, and Tennessee may be at risk of flipping. The Democratic candidates in each of three states are currently leading or in statistical ties with Republican counterparts. Alexi McCammond of Axios analyzes the exclusive poll: “DACA is the biggest warning sign… Continue »

This week, a U.S. District Court judge in Washington, D.C. ruled that the Trump Administration was wrong to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) program the way it did and ordered the Administration to come back within 90 days — or start accepting new DACA applications again. This may be one of the… Continue »

In an alarming new piece, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof dissects Trump’s intentionally cruel immigration policies. As he concludes, “I don’t believe in open borders, and immigration policy is complex and difficult. Yet Trump isn’t making hard decisions but unconscionable ones. I am the son of a refugee myself, a beneficiary of America’s magnanimity, and today’s policies leave… Continue »

As politicians and pundits analyze the implications of this week’s DACA ruling – the latest in a string of court defeats for the Trump administration on DACA – Miriam Jordan and Sona Patel of the New York Times have a new must-read piece highlighting the perspective of those most affected, the Dreamers and their families, and how they… Continue »

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America’s Voice Following Latest Report on Family Separations at the Border, Experts and Advocates Discussed the Broader Implications Pili Tobar: “Trump Administration’s Decision to Terminate Nepal TPS Marks Fifth – But Likely Not Final – Tally Mark in its Quest to Deport All Immigrants” Adhikaar Condemns Trump Administration’s Decision To End Temporary Protected Status (TPS)… Continue »

El juez federal John D. Bates dictaminó ayer que el gobierno de Trump terminó DACA de manera ilegal, de tal modo que a menos que presente mejores argumentos en 90 días, las autoridades deben no solo continuar con el programa para los actuales beneficiarios, sino que debe aceptar también nuevas solicitudes. El fallo —el más reciente de… Continue »

Yesterday, U.S. District Judge John D. Bates in Washington, DC ruled that the Trump Administration unlawfully ended DACA and unless they come up with a better rationale in 90 days, the Administration must not only continue DACA for current beneficiaries, but it must accept new applications as well. The ruling – just the latest in a string of… Continue »

Today, on the three-year anniversary of the Nepali 2015 earthquake, the Trump Administration must decide whether to deport thousands. An ABC piece captures the fear and anxiety hanging over the heads of nearly 9,000 Nepali TPS holders as they await the Trump administration’s decision on whether to terminate the program for Nepal, which was granted after the devastating 2015… Continue »