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Michael Corbin has been a regular at local illegal-immigration protests for the past year, but lately he has noticed other protesters have been distant.
A Home Depot with a controversial day-laborer center opened Thursday without a hitch, but an anti-immigration group promised to show up sometime later to express its disapproval….
Big Business, it seems, is running away from Congressman Tom Tancredo.
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps will set up civilian patrols and observation posts along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona and New Mexico for three days next week, with similar operations scheduled to begin in Texas and California next month…
A hearing on a package of immigration reform bills turned into a long, emotional debate Wednesday, with bill supporters saying New Hampshire should protect its borders because the federal government has failed to do so, and opponents saying the measures amount to intimidation and racial profiling.
As night settles over the Capitol, Tom Tancredo is seated in his congressional office, smoking a fat cigar and nursing a plastic tumbler of scotch…
Separated by a downtown street and polarized views, advocates and critics of illegal immigrants squared off at a Denver day-labor center Saturday.
…Dozens of people from several groups were there in the chilly early morning to face off over immigration issues after members of the Minuteman Project announced that they would gather there to protest the hiring of illegal immigrants…
…A small gathering of the workers can be seen every day around Morris Street near the NJ Transit train station. They wait for offers for a day’s work from contractors, who stop by to pick up helpers….
County commissioners voted 2-1 Friday to appeal a federal judge’s dismissal of Canyon County’s anti-racketeering lawsuit against local businesses accused of hiring illegal aliens.