Featured, Immigration, Politics Recent congressional review of D.C. council legislation invigorates calls for statehood WASHINGTON - Before moving to DC in 2014, Zachary Ferguson rarely thought about the district’s voting rights. Now, he realizes that thousands of Americans do not have voting members in the Senate or House of ... CONTINUE READING Immigration Border Patrol app excludes vulnerable migrants, advocates say After his dad was nearly killed during political turmoil in Cuba, Yoandry fled to Nicaragua, then to Mexico. He made it all the way to the U.S. border south of San Diego only to be ... CONTINUE READING Immigration Before taking up Title 42, Supreme Court considers immigration appeals process A week after President Biden announced plans to increase the requirements for migrants seeking asylum status, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in an enigmatic immigration case that could force a greater burden on ... CONTINUE READING Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser Immigration Migrants arriving in Washington are met with open arms from advocates but limited support from local government Advocates worry that new arrivals are being denied critical resources WASHINGTON — As Washington continues to receive busloads of migrants from southern states, community organizations and immigrant advocacy groups are taking the lead in aiding the ... CONTINUE READING

New data show more immigrants expelled at border

Over 70,000 immigrants were expelled at the Mexico border during the month of February, President Joe Biden’s first full month in office, under a directive put in place by the Trump administration to target them as public health threats, according to new U.S. Customs and Border Protection data.

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