by Kai Wright on July 28 2010, 12:41PM
The notorious sheriff accounts for a quarter of folks local cops have sent to feds.
by Kai Wright on July 27 2010, 12:19PM
The law was neither a sudden development nor an organic one.
by Julianne Hing on July 27 2010, 9:43AM
The DREAMers are taking it to the streets—and pols’ offices, too.
by Aarti Shahani on July 26 2010, 4:07PM
The federal judge weighing SB 1070 zeroed in a question the feds can’t answer: How does the law depart from the course Washington has already set.
by Julianne Hing on July 23 2010, 11:30AM
The federal judge has indicated that if she does allow an injunction, it will be for certain sections and not the entire anti-immigrant law.
by Julianne Hing on July 22 2010, 6:29PM
This week in Phoenix a federal judge is hearing arguments from immigrant and civil rights groups, the Department of Justice and the State of Arizona over whether or not SB 1070 should be implemented on July 29. SB 1070 makes…
by Jamilah King on July 22 2010, 4:58PM
There’s finally a name in the case of Utah’s immigration hit list: Teresa Bassett. A person familiar with the case identified Bassett as a computer specialist in the Utah Department of Workforce Services and said she’s responsible for releasing a…
by Julianne Hing on July 22 2010, 12:23PM
DOJ and advocates have to prove the law would do irreparable harm if allowed to take effect.
Jose Nelson Reyes-Zelaya had been in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody for a day when he was found dead after what officials called “apparent asphyxiation.”
by Julianne Hing on July 21 2010, 5:25PM
Gov. Herbert called the worker’s scheming to get inside private government databases “methodical, thoughtful, very planned.”
by Julianne Hing on July 21 2010, 12:27PM
Arizona’s collecting money from all over the country to pay for its $450 an hour private attorney.
by Julianne Hing on July 20 2010, 4:41PM
A breakdown of where they’ll go. One guess which state gets the most.
by Julianne Hing on July 19 2010, 5:20PM
White House border beef-up continues, but still no word on immigration reform.
by Michelle Chen on July 19 2010, 1:45PM
A year and a half into his presidency, Obama has reached a new low on immigration enforcement. Or rather, a new high.