Despite Drops In Immigration And Violence, Congress Ups Border Security

After decades of immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border, net immigration has fallen to zero — but Congress seems not to have gotten the memo.

“The Obama administration has been very clear about its interest in boosting border security. The way it manifests that is by throwing more resources at the agencies responsible for controlling movements across the border,” Cesar Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez, professor of law at Capital University, told Mint Press News. After decades of immigration

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‘¡La Lucha Es Constante!’ — Dream Act Passes Minnesota Senate

Thousands nationwide took to the streets on May Day — which is also International Workers’ Day — to demand immigration reform.

[soundcloud id='90480014'] May Day, also known as International Workers’ Day, marked 127 years of labor uprisings and union activism, and millions across the world gathered to demand better wages, benefits and working conditions. Some marches were marked by violent clashes with the police, including in Istanbul, Turkey where police fired tear

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