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Telluride Foundation names Volunteers of the Year

Montrose Press 07 Oct 2022
... of the immigrant population in the Telluride region, and thereby improving the quality of life of all community members ... While continuing his day job as a baker and caring for his family, Andres worked countless hours identifying and meeting the needs of the immigrant community.
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Immigration policy requires political vision

Citrus County Chronicle 07 Oct 2022
America has always had the willingness and desire to welcome immigrants ... When excessive illegal border crossings occur coupled with unplanned spending to cope with natural disasters, pandemics and international wars, immigration policy no longer works ... This approach applies not only to immigration, but all the critical problems America faces today.
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5th Circuit hands Texas another win on immigration, ruling DACA is unconstitutional

Daily Times Chronicle 07 Oct 2022
The DACA memorandum contracts significant parts of the [Immigration and Naturalization Act] ... Since DACA was enacted a decade ago, more than 100,000 Texas immigrants have launched businesses, established careers, and built families that help our communities and state succeed.”.
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Lost in all the big name mid-term brouhaha: VA-10 and Hung Cao

Hot Air 07 Oct 2022
I do mean really lost ... What a great story it is, too ... Yeesh ... Q ... Baseless vilification serves to create division & resentment within our communities, especially among those who have been wrongfully pushed to the fringes of society, like immigrants. Yet my opponent regularly employs decisive language against me, a refugee & an immigrant myself ... .
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Jesse Nestor, Santa Ana mayor candidate, Election 2022 questionnaire

Orange County Register 07 Oct 2022
I would cut all red tape and taxes that prevent our local entrepreneurs, communities, non-profits, and churches from helping the homeless ... Those who don’t want to be helped will have to voluntarily leave or find a community or private property owner who will let them stay, but even then, they will have to comply with their rules.
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The Harvard Crimson 07 Oct 2022
Riverside, also called “Coast” in a nod to its Caribbean immigrant roots, had been home to a substantial Black community for 200 years.Renderings of the proposed Treeland development, a towering graduate student housing complex which was planned for the Treeland-Bindery site in Riverside ... “The community is gone,” Graham says.
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Another 400 Acres Up for Sale!

Dissident Voice 07 Oct 2022
Think of this as a community of communities ... There are any number of ideas for sustainability communities ... Earlier this month, she gifted her Beverly Hills estate, worth $55 million, to support the nonprofit California Community Foundation, and their affordable housing grantmaking and immigrant integration program.
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The hidden backbone of Steamboat Springs: Immigrants

CBS News 06 Oct 2022
With the federal government's immigration program DACA now declared illegal it creates a difficult situation for many of the people Integrated Community have been hoping to help. Steamboat Springs is home of Integrated Community, a non-profit intended to help people immigrating into the U.S., as well as non-English speaking folks.
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Op-Ed | President Biden must step up on behalf of asylum seekers

AM New York 06 Oct 2022
Congressional work on reform continues to be stymied not by the executive branch but by consersevative hardliners who, like Abbott and DeSantis, dehumanize our immigrant communities for cold political points ... Immigrant communities are what make states like New York vibrant.
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Immigration advocates decry court ruling on DACA recipients

Jamaica Observer 06 Oct 2022
The future of our immigrant communities shouldn’t be left up to one court decision,” Awawdeh continued ...Once again, this court decision fails our community and leaves millions of immigrant youth and their families in continuous limbo—without any permanent relief,” Natalia ...
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Catholic sister follows calling to help Hispanic and Latino communities

WPTV 06 Oct 2022
PORTLAND, Maine — For the past two decades, Sister Patricia Pora has been helping Latino and Hispanic communities in Portland, Maine ... Two decades ago, she followed a calling to help the Hispanic and Latino communities in her predominantly white city ... It's been her mission to help minority communities to feel supported.
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Arizona weighing in-state tuition rate for some non-citizens

Federal News Radio 06 Oct 2022
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona voters this November will decide whether to allow students regardless of their immigration status to obtain financial aid and cheaper in-state tuition at state universities and community colleges ... tuition at state universities and community colleges.
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Undaunted by DeSantis, immigrant workers are heading to Florida to help with hurricane cleanup

Henry Herald 06 Oct 2022
The group is made up largely of immigrants, many of whom are undocumented, Soni says ... Word that immigrants are now coming to help clean up some of his state's most storm-ravaged communities hasn't softened the governor's stance ... A little more than half of the roofers in the group he's studied are undocumented immigrants, Chávez says.
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VIEWPOINT 1: Immigration is a top issue for voters

Finger Lakes Times 06 Oct 2022
There are two reasons voters should think about immigration when they go to the polls (or however they cast ballots these days). First and most apparent is the fallout of President Joe Biden’s border crisis on communities all over the country ... Any large-scale illegal immigration will erode respect for the law, but this is different.
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8,000 Tennessee DACA recipients in limbo after appeals court rules immigrant program illegal

The Portland Sun 06 Oct 2022
“These are our community members whose lives are left in limbo.” ... “We know that when we organize, we win so that’s why we will continue fighting for permanent protections for our community members, so we can create a Tennessee and country where we can all thrive regardless of immigration status,” said Mata.

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