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Legalization and Citizenship: Which Roads Lead to Rome?

While the immigration issue doesn’t appear to be inspiring much urgency from Republicans going into the midterm elections, the pressure to attract Latino votes before the general election of 2016 could be a factor in Republicans’ calculations.

Posted in Homepage Feature, Immigration, Topics |
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TOWNHALL ON REFORM: A REPEAT

This is a repeat of a recorded and edited version of the live town hall meeting on immigration reform held in Fresno City Hall, in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Guests: Cristina Olea, CSUF student and DACA beneficiary; Brisa Cruz, CSUF student and DACA beneficiary; Diana Tellefson-Torres, executive director, UFW Foundation; David Cardenas, Mayor, City of […]

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Posted in Immigration, Línea Abierta, Politics & Elections |
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Trabajadores del campo marchan por reforma migratoria

Bajo la sombra de las arboledas en el jardín de la iglesia San AntonioClaret familias enteras se sentaron a escuchar al Sacerdote Rey Alcántara durantela celebración de misa de ramos.

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