Tag: not1more

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Feb2013
El comité judicial del Senado puso en evidencia las discrepancias fundamentales entre ambos partidos y el impacto de las deportaciones en sectores de la sociedad estadounidense, durante su primera audiencia sobre la reforma migratoria. La secretaria de Seguridad Interna, Janet Napolitano fue una de las primeras en declarar en ... Read More

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Jan2013
As President Obama backs an immigration plan that includes a path to citizenship for some of the country’s 11 million undocumented residents, deportations are continuing at record levels. We go to Arizona, where one family was almost torn apart because of a three-year-old traffic violation. Last night, 11-year-old Jose Arma ... Read More
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May2012
Many would like to believe that even the most guileful and nefarious of individuals are capable of compassion, particularly toward the weakest among us. Sadly, human behavior argues otherwise. To rationalize away the sufferings of others is a fairly easy mental trick, and when the payoff for doing so is political power, pangs ... Read More

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Dec2011
Op-ed by Carlos Garcia Now that the Department of Justice has closed its investigation into the troubled office of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, what lessons are there from Maricopa County? In reading the DOJ report, it serves as an indictment not just of Arpaio but also of the Department of ... Read More

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Jul2010
More photos available at http://archive.azcentral.com/php-bin/commphotos/show.php?colid=15668&slide_nbr=1&fAZ=1&HTTP_REFERER=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.azcentral.com%2F#42

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Jul2010
After Katherine Figueroa's parents were arrested in one of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's sweeps last year, the 10-year-old says she began living in constant fear. For three months while her parents were in jail, Figueroa says she was terrified to ride in the car or go to the store with relatives for ... Read More
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