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Oak Park police call on public to remove notices from public way Monday, May 14th, 2018 2:43 PM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email Print Photo via Facebook Photo via Facebook Photo via Facebook < > By Timothy Inklebarger Staff Reporter Flyers from a white supremacist hate group calling itself Blood and Soil began appearing, taped to lampposts in the public way, on Friday, May 11, in downtown Oak Park, and Oak Park police are calling on residents to remove them. The flyers called on residents to report “illegal…

NJ congressional GOP hopeful adopts Trump’s anti-immigration tone

CLOSE Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill Wednesday making New Jersey the tenth state to offer financial aid to undocumented college and university students. Kevin R. Wexler/NorthJersey.com Jay Webber argues — falsely — that new law benefits immigrants at expense of citizens “New Jersey stands by you and will continue to do so to help you live your dreams here in your home state,” Murphy said to a group of undocumented students who gathered for the bill-signing ceremony. “Our ‘Dreamers’ grew up here, they were educated in our schools and they…

Pro-Trump immigration hardliner could win Democratic nod in PA primary

President Trump says he will help China telecom company ZTE, Nintendo to re-release one of its old products, “Avengers: Infinity War” tops $1 billion in ticket sales, and other important headlines.(Photo: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) WASHINGTON —  For Democrats, opportunity and peril abound in Pennsylvania as the party seeks to win control of the House in the November elections. Exhibit A is Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, where Democrats have a prime opportunity to flip a seat now in GOP hands. But it’s not clear the party will unite around…

ICE worksite enforcement investigations already double over last year

WASHINGTON – Less than seven months after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deputy Director Thomas Homan issued a directive that called for increased worksite enforcement investigations to ensure U.S. businesses maintain a culture of compliance, the agency’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) has already doubled the amount of ongoing worksite cases this fiscal year compared to the last fully completed fiscal year. From Oct. 1, 2017, through May 4, HSI opened 3,510 worksite investigations; initiated 2,282 I-9 audits; and made 594 criminal and 610 administrative worksite-related arrests, respectively. In comparison,…

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty: SKC Brynn Simonetti

By Petty Officer 3rd Class Sasha Rodriguez Every year the Coast Guard awards a chief petty officer – active duty and Reserve – the MCPO Angela M. McShan Inspirational Leadership Award. Master Chief Petty Officer Angela McShan was the first African American woman advanced to master chief petty officer, serving over two decades with devotion and distinguished leadership. She served as an instructor at the Chief Petty Officers Academy, which she helped to establish, and was slated to become the chief of Yeoman “A” school prior to her death in…

Kirsten Gillibrand is making a move on immigration.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand speaks to members of the media at the Capitol in December. Alex Wong/Getty Images Late last week, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand introduced a bill that would require immigration and border agents to document their stops, searches, and interrogations. From Vox: Under current law, agents from both departments have broad authority to stop and question people about their immigration status. In the 100-mile border zone — the area of the US that’s within 100 miles of a land or water border — agents can pull over cars and board…

Immigration Policies Hamper Fashion Industry Success – WWD

The U.S. fashion industry is big business — and one that is dependent upon skilled workers from abroad. But immigration policies are hampering the success of the industry, while policies from the current administration are having a drastic impact, according to the latest research from the Council of Fashion Designers of America and the FWD.us, which is a bipartisan organization that aims to promote U.S. policies that support businesses. The 88-page report, “Alterations for an Outdated Immigration System,” is a follow-up report to last year’s “Designing an Immigration System That Works.” This year’s update included…

ICE Press Release Raises Questions About Foreign Student Enforcement

Foreign students who drop out of status should be routinely expelled from this country by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). Yet the implication in a recent ICE press release about a Chinese student seemed to be that only foreign students who create special worries (he bought some “high-powered firearms”) are singled out for removal. Instead of citing what one hopes are actions taken against many foreign student drop-outs, the press release focused on school safety, “See Something, Say Something”, the fine cooperation of three law enforcement agencies, and quotations from…

When it comes to immigration, Kelly is united with Trump

White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly shocked many with his recent statements on immigration. Do Democrats have the right messaging to counter the Trump administration’s apparent stance on the undocumented? Joy Reid and her panel discuss. Watch TV shows, movies and more on Yahoo View. About AM Joy Up-to-date information about the people and events driving the day with Joy Reid’s distinctive analysis and insight. See More Check out more stuff on Yahoo View Source link