Senate Confirms Julie Meyer Julie Meyer, most notable for awarding the best costume award to an employee dressed in blackface for Halloween, was confirmed as director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement by the Senate on Wednesday. Associated Press. Harlem Rezoning Approved, Columbia Plans Expansion The New York City Council cleared the way Wednesday for the largest expansion in the history of Columbia University. New York Times. Immigration Opponent Tancredo Drops Out Tom Tancredo, known for his harsh anti-immigrant candidacy withdrew from the race today, and in an unexpected move, endorsed Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts. Associated Press. Wage Gap Leaves Idaho Latinos in Poverty Northwest Federation of Community Organizations released a report on Tuesday in conjunction with the Idaho Community Action Network (ICAN) that examines the wage gap between whites and Latinos in Montana, Oregon and Washington State. Idaho Statesman.com.
Columbia Gets Expansion Go Ahead; ICE Director Dressed in Blackface
By The News Dec 20, 2007