Comprehensive Immigration Bill needs to be more fair
Whether or not Obama’s draft immigration bill was leaked intentionally, it represents a snub to efforts at bipartisanship on the part of his administration
President Obama’s new fight to represent queer rights in immigration is a welcome change. Obama, infamously, was not a very a vocal supporter of queer rights, until 2012, four years into his first term. With a State of the Union address upcoming, Obama’s newfound civil rights belief is the right way to fix immigration in the United States.
City on a Hill Press conducts an informal survey among students, professors and campus employees regarding the Presidential elections and opinions thereof.
Los Angeles County will possibly enact legislation to allow photo identification cards for all residents, regardless of immigration status. This is a great idea, but assurances must be made that officers and the city will not use this card inappropriately to deport people without documentation.
Fifteen-year-old U.S. citizen Jakadrien Turner was recently mistakenly deported to Colombia. This gaffe reveals major flaws in the system.
Yadira de la Riva, UCSC Alum, gives a life theatrical performance on her past experiences living on the border of El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico.
As criticism of Alabama’s HB 56 mounts and undocumented people flee the state, agricultural businesses are struggling to replace their now MIA workers. HB 56 is so far only proving the pitfalls in American immigration legislation.
Around 40 UCSC Students and Watsonville Brown Beret members entered the class room of Santa Cruz Mayor Ryan Coonerty unannounced to demonstrate his lack of support for a resolution on the Trust Act.
Many international adoptees are unaware of their immigrant status and could face deportation. The government must publicize and remedy this problem.