Secure Communities

The falsely named "Secure Communities" program or S-Comm is the fastest expanding deportation dragnet in the country with the Obama Administration stating that it will be nation-wide by 2013 despite its ties to racial profiling, diversion of local resources, and devastating impact on cialis price in canada families.

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Landmark $1.2 Million Fee Settlement in Immigration Policy FOIA Case

28-06-2013 NHITS1446 Press Releases NDLON Staff - avatar NDLON Staff

June 28, 2013, New York – The day after the Senate passed a disappointing immigration reform bill, the U.S. government agreed to pay over $1.2 million in attorneys’ fees in...

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House Appropriations for 2014 Homeland Security Budget Exposes Beltway Hypocrisy

22-05-2013 NHITS1254 Press Releases NDLON Staff - avatar NDLON Staff

  House Appropriations for 2014 Homeland Security Budget Exposes Beltway Hypocrisy As Congress Seeks Immigration Reform, DHS Budgets for Increased Detention   05.22.2013 - Washington, DC The day after the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the "Gang...

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CA Assembly passes bill to restore trust in police, curb deportations as national immigration reform debate intensifies

16-05-2013 NHITS2028 Press Releases NDLON Staff - avatar NDLON Staff

    TRUST Act heads to state Senate in wake of findings that police involvement in deportation has made crime victims less likely to indian levitra generic seek help Sacramento - Today, following several impassioned floor...

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Roy v Los Angeles County

30-10-2012 NHITS3707 Resources NDLON Staff - avatar NDLON Staff

Roy v Los Angeles County

On October 19, 2012, NDLON and other organizations sued Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca for engaging in massive unconstitutional detention of immigrants and U.S. citizens suspected of being immigrants...

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Rev. Jesse Jackson Calls on Gov. Brown t…

26-09-2012 NHITS9944 Resources NDLON Staff - avatar NDLON Staff

Rev. Jesse Jackson: The Moral Obligation to Sign the TRUST Act

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