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Though Gov. Sam Brownback sought to maintain funding for higher ed, his conservative legislative majority did not fall in line on this one. Now the governor must confront cuts to higher ed that Tim Emert, chair of the Kansas Board of Regents, has
Efforts to protect children in Indonesia from abuse are obstructed by barriers to crime reporting, which may worsen with the threatened closure of police-run units that handle crimes against women and children...Last year, 12-year-old Riri* was sent
When asked by the Washington Blade on Monday during a White House news conference, Napolitano asserted DHS can't take such action, which could protect bi-national gay couples from separation stop the deportation process in some extreme cases.
Multiple detention centers across the country began freeing groups of low-priority detainees without bond in a program of “supervised release” today. The move came as a surprise. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
The Republic azcentral.com Phoenix police this year launched a Web page where residents can report crimes online. Acting Police Chief Joseph Yahner recently gave a City Council subcommittee an update on usage of the Internet-based program, CopLogic,
Ian Moody, who also founded Sensible Spokane Alliance, said petitions calling for a Richland ordinance regarding licensing, taxation and regulation of marijuana, making it a low priority for Richland police to arrest adults on marijuana offenses are
Hilda Jauregui and dozens of women at an Orange County immigration detention center recently gathered to hear the news on television that the Obama administration will review thousands of deportation cases with an eye closing those considered "low-
President Barack Obama's effort to clear out a logjam of nearly 300,000 immigration cases in the federal court system has its good points and its bad points, according to a local immigration attorney. At this point, I'm just concerned about people
Gay and lesbian married bi-national couples like San Francisco's Bradford Wells and Anthony John Makk may get some relief from the threat of deportation under the Defense of Marriage Act, thanks to action by the Obama administration today. Bradford
The government says many illegal immigrants who don't have criminal records but are facing possible deportation will get to stay in the U.S. Deporting illegal immigrants who are convicted criminals will be the Obama administration's priority.