Sunday, June 26, 2016

Supreme Court Hits Tie Decision on Obama’s Immigration Policy

Yesterday the Supreme Court hit a tie decision on President Barack Obama's immigration policy. The tie vote, on the United States v. Texas, No. 15-674 case, means the justices were unable to announce a ruling, so that leaves in place the lower court ruling against implementing the plan. In addition to shielding parents from deportation, the program, names the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, or DAPA, would have granted similar protection and work permission to people brought to the country as children and without legal status. Originally from … [Read More...]

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Supreme Court Hits Tie Decision on Obama’s Immigration Policy

Yesterday the Supreme Court hit a tie decision on President Barack Obama's immigration policy. The … [Read More...]

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Minorities Show Strong Dislike Towards Donald Trump

Even though Donald Trump has claimed that he loves “the Hispanics” and “the African-American … [Read More...]

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Comentarios From Maria: Is The Right To Bear Arms More Important Than The Right To Life?

In light of the tragic events of last week in Orlando, with the massacre at Pulse Night Club, where most of the victims were Latino and LGBT community, this week I want to give up my blog space to my colleague who was touched by that dreadful massacre, Dakar Lanzino: “The massacre at Pulse Night … [Read More...]

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