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Court Rejects Arizona No-Bail Law for Immigrants

 The courts have dismantled yet another piece of the anti-immigrant legal framework put in place in Arizona over the last decade. In 2006, Arizona...
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It’s Time to Protect Immigrant Women

As an undocumented immigrant, Elvia knew it was risky to go to the police. But after 30 years in an abusive relationship, she finally...
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Across the Country, Opposition to Secure Communities Continues To Grow

 The drumbeat of criticism about the Obama administration’s so-called “Secure Communities” program continues, as more cities and states push back against its dragnet approach...
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Secure Communities—Another Version of SB 1070? [VIDEO]

On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down several parts of Arizona’s “show me your papers” law, SB 1070, but let stand one of the...
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Arizona’s “Show Me Your Papers”  Law A Business Killer, Constitutional or Not

This column originally appeared in Newsday. It’s far away from the steps of the Supreme Court, but in many ways it’s just as relevant to...

Supreme Court Decision on SB 1070: Winners and Losers

The first question I’m being asked about the Supreme Court’s decision today on the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law SB 1070 is, “Who won?”...

A Frustrating Decision on Arizona’s SB 1070

The Supreme Court’s ruling today on SB 1070 is a frustrating one. The court upheld one of the law’s worst provisions—a frankly un-American government intrusion...

If the Supreme Court Upholds Arizona’s SB 1070, More States Will Target Immigrants

Yesterday’s argument in the Supreme Court over Arizona’s SB 1070 should remind us of just how bad things might get if the court upholds...