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Dem lawmaker: Allow licenses for deferred action participants

A Democratic state representative is taking a swipe at Gov. Jan Brewer’s executive order preventing illegal immigrants taking part in the Obama administration’s deferred action program from receiving Arizona driver’s licenses.... Read more»

Border Patrol offering Citizens Academy in Bisbee

Want an inside look at the Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection? The agencies will hold a free seven-week Citizens Academy in Bisbee, beginning Jan. 30.... Read more»

Border roundup: The cost of immigration, changes in 2013

A look at the national, local and human costs of immigration policy as well as possible changes in store for 2013, plus a summary of recent Border Patrol activity.... Read more»1

Small changes could make big difference for immigrants

As Congress prepares for what is expected to be a contentious debate over immigration reform, with issues like the DREAM Act and what kind of reforms constitute “amnesty” expected to be at the forefront, immigration lawyers say addressing lesser-known and arcane policies could be just as important and effective.... Read more»1

Border Patrol offering Citizens Academy

Want an inside look at the Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection? The agencies will hold a free seven-week Citizens Academy in Casa Grande, beginning Feb. 7.... Read more»

Analysis

Setting the record straight on immigration and border enforcement

Those opposed to comprehensive immigration reform still point to deficiencies in border security as a reason to stall new immigration policy, but they are ignoring the facts.... Read more»1

Feds announce new rules for legalizing undocumented spouses

The Department of Homeland Security has announced new rules designed to make it easier for thousands of U.S. citizens to legalize undocumented spouses without risking years of separation first.... Read more»

Commentary

Immigration polls: Americans put 11 million undocumented first

On the heels of November’s presidential election, the conversation on immigration reform has changed dramatically and for the better. Recent polling shows that the American people want immigration reform to first and foremost provide undocumented immigrants with a pathway to citizenship.... Read more»2

Commentary

Deferred action requests continue to rise in 4th month

Last week, the Department of Homeland Security’, for the fourth time, data on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Today there are an estimated 950,000 people who are immediately eligible to submit a request under the program. And in just four months, a remarkable 39 percent of these aspiring Americans have had a request accepted.... Read more»

Catholic nuns offer migrants rare sanctuary

American nuns, working at a shelter for migrants in Nogales, Son., are under a Vatican investigation into a “prevalence of certain radical feminist themes.”... Read more»

Records shed light on Texas' early 'illegals'

Jerry Patterson, the Texas land commissioner, likes to remind fellow Republicans that white Americans used to be the undocumented immigrants in Texas — and that the authorities trying to keep them out were Mexican.... Read more»

Groups: Pinal jail among 10 worst immigration detention centers

Alleging poor sanitation, abuse and lack of due process, the Detention Watch Network recently called on ICE to terminate its contract with Pinal County Adult Detention Center, saying it ranks among the 10 worst immigration detention facilities in the country.... Read more»

Not so fast: Az secession petition falls short of signatures

It appears there will not be an Independent Republic of Arizona after all, at least not for now. A post-election petition calling on the federal government to let Arizona secede was pulled from the White House website Monday, falling shy of the 25,000 signatures needed for an administration response.... Read more»1

Opinion

Piecemeal immigration proposals miss the point

In the immediate wake of historic losses with Latino voters in this year’s presidential election, numerous Republicans embraced policy reforms that would legalize the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Tucson's $2 billion pothole problem

An interview with the Regional Transportation Authority’s Jim DeGrood, pls the Reporters’ Roundtable with Mari Herreras, staff writer for the Tucson Weekly, and Dylan Smith, editor/publisher TucsonSentinel.com, while Weekend Watch with Matt Russell, Tucson’s Culinary Cruiser.... Read more»

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