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Judge seeks answers in case of detained Guatemalan mother

BOSTON (AP) - A federal pass judgement on in Boston has ordered immigration officers to give an explanation for why a Guatemalan mother was once detained. The Boston Globe reviews that U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf wrote in an order Thursday asking Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to give an ...

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LA-area immigration enforcement draws protest

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Stepped-up enforcement of immigration regulations at Southern California companies caused a protest in downtown Los Angeles. A gaggle of immigrant rights advocates chanting “stop the deportations” and different slogans blocked a Homeland Security van from getting into the federal Metropolitan Detention Center past due Thursday. The ...

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Democratic lawmaker sued over alleged open records violation

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A conservative legislation company has sued a Democratic state lawmaker for allegedly violating the Wisconsin open records legislation after charging greater than $three,000 for asked emails. The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty filed the lawsuit Thursday in Dane County Circuit Court towards Democratic state Rep. ...

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