Immigrants Fleeing Fires Get Deported; Hillary Welcomed in Harlem

By The News Oct 29, 2007

Georgia Gives Genarlow Wilson Reprieve Reprieved from a 10 year sentence he received for consensual sex, Wilson was freed by the Georgia Supreme Court that called the sentence "extraordinarily harsh." MSNBC. Advocates Criticize NY Immigrant’s ID Governor Spitzer, due to political pressure, scrapped recent plans to grant immigrants access to driver’s licenses and decided to join other states in a federal plan that gives immigrants a different class license. New York Times. Immigrants Fear Fire, Intimidating Enforcement As many Californians evacuated their homes to seek shelter from raging wildfires, some report that Border Patrol used evacuation centers to detain immigrants seeking shelter from fires. New York Times. Hillary Welcomed in Harlem Clinton’s message seemed to resonate with her Black supporters in Harlem who turned out, with Rep Charles Rangel and Bill Clinton, to cheer on the leading Democrat. Newsday.