Immigration Edition.

Tuesday_673x324 12pmTUESDAY, APRIL 2
PROGRAM # 10331 12:00 PM PT

Immigration Edition.

A federal court allowed the Biden administration’s parole program to remain in place, allowing people in the US to sponsor Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans. An expert explains the impact of the decision. In more news, a legal expert from Eagle Pass comments on the series of court decisions around the restrictive Texas Senate Bill 4, which is currently on temporary hold. Finally, a human rights activist reports and discusses a hunger strike inside the Northwest Detention Center and the response her group has received from members of Congress.

Guests: Monika Y. Langarica, Senior Staff Attorney, Center for the Immigration Law and Policy-CILP, Los Angeles, CA; Alan Lizárraga, Communications Coordinator, Border Network for Human Rights -BNHR, El Paso, TX; Maru Mora Villalpando, Community Organizer and CEO, Latino Advocacy LLC, Seattle, WA.

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