The DREAM Act Gaining Ground, and Other News

By The News May 25, 2009

DREAM Act Gaining Ground Again The DREAM Act is showing strong signs of life and according to new Senate calculations, is nearing the 60 votes it needs to pass through Congress, and could jump-start immigration reform under the Obama Administration. The Hill Diversity Puts LAPD on Right Track The LAPD, notorious for its corruption and brutality, is reporting higher approval ratings. Some feel it’s due to the growing diversity of its workforce which better reflects the ethnic makeup of L.A. Contra Costa Times Teens Waiting at Train Station Detained, Deported Immigrant rights advocates are calling the detaining and same-day deportation of three Latino teens at a San Diego, CA train station last week an act of racial profiling. Sign On San Diego