by Julianne Hing on October 20 2010, 11:50AM
The right’s angling to force a Supreme Court case rewriting the 14th Amendment.
And conservatives latch onto it as belated proof of their long-standing claims of voter fraud.
by Julianne Hing on October 19 2010, 11:16AM
The department’s giving judges some discretion, but not much.
State Senator Russell Pearce plans to introduce a new wacky bill in January.
It’s the third state to create rules barring undocumented students from higher education.
While the government forges ahead, activists are back at the drawing board.
by Julianne Hing on October 12 2010, 1:17PM
The state’s ethnic studies programs are slated to be phased out on by December 31.
by Julianne Hing on October 11 2010, 4:55PM
They clear an important legal hurdle in one of five suits challenging the law.
by Julianne Hing on October 11 2010, 11:36AM
Still, border residents maintain that their towns are safer than ever.
by Julianne Hing on October 8 2010, 9:53AM
DHS calls system “thoughtful.” Indiscriminate and out-of-control are more apt adjectives.
by , Brian Palmer on October 7 2010, 4:59PM
Shahed Hossain describes his harrowing ordeal to ColorLines videographer Brian Palmer.
Shahed Hossain’s shocking story reveals why Obama will have to use his power to halt mass deportations for any reform to work.
When it comes to detention, the answer may be no.
by Victor Goode on October 4 2010, 10:35AM
Immigration, prison overcrowding, prosecutorial overreaching and the culture wars are all on the docket.
by Naima Ramos-Chapman on September 28 2010, 2:05PM
The state’s tourism agency warns that SB 1070 protests could impact the economy for years.