Immigration


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Trump’s Border Shutdown Is A Reality— And A Nightmare

The new restrictions block 90,000 trips a day or $2.1 million worth of goods. Towns along the world's busiest border have never struggled so much—not even after 9/11.

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More Shelter Beds in Phoenix and Trans Ban Moves Ahead: Your News Today

Phoenix tackles homelessness; Ducey takes on patrols at the border; and trans ban approved by state House. It's news you can use.

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DOJ Opens Office Dedicated to Stripping Immigrants of Citizenship

A Justice Department official said the new section would prioritize naturalized Americans who have committed serious violations of law, but critics worry denaturalization could be used broadly.

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The Guy Who Gave Migrants Water Finally Has Charges Against Him Dropped

The decision to drop charges lifts the weight of legal troubles off of Warren’s shoulders for the first time in nearly three years.

DACA Supporters|Andrea Jaramillo via Cronkite News
Arizona Republican Wants to Allow Dreamers to Pay In-State Tuition

DACA recipients’ fight to be eligible for in-state tuition has a new, unlikely leader - a Republican lawmaker from Prescott.

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GOP Boss Clears Room Instead of Listening to Concerns About Racism of Proposal

Activists were removed from the Capitol after speaking against a resolution that they claim allows racial profiling among law enforcement.