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[…] About 200 people gathered to spread their message that increased border protection and tougher enforcement of immigration laws are needed.
A controversial decision to deny the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps a meeting place at the Selah Civic Center has been reversed, according to city officials.
Since its inception in 2004, the Minuteman Project (MP… has recruited civilians to apprehend illegal immigrants along the Mexican border.
Grass-roots groups in North Carolina are taking a new tack in their fight against illegal immigration.
A singer, a pastor, Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese expatriates turned out Saturday to cheer beleaguered congressional candidate Tan Nguyen as he continued to defend a letter his campaign sent to Hispanic voters warning immigrants against voting in the Nov. 7 election.
The former Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting a drug smuggler in the buttocks last year were sentenced today — Ignacio Ramos to 11 years in prison and Jose Alonso Compean to 12 years in prison — but allowed to remain free on bond at least until mid-January. […]
Mexican immigrants have been wrongly excluded from the immigration-reform debate, and building more fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border could exacerbate migration problems, Ruben Beltran, Mexico’s consul general for Los Angeles, said Wednesday.
Citing security concerns, administrators rejected an application from a Minuteman faction to hold weekly meetings at the Selah Civic Center in eastern Washington.
The California School Employees Association is rethinking its endorsement of anti-immigration activist turned school board candidate Joe Turner.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, calling an intimidating letter sent to thousands of Hispanic voters “a hate crime,” said Saturday the Republican candidate whose campaign it was linked to should quit the race if he had anything to do with it. […]