Chris Newman

National Day Laborers Organizing Network

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Legal Director of the National Day Laborers Organizing Network, based in Los Angeles, California

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The state legislature is considered likely to pass a measure called the Transparency and Responsibility Using State Tools – or  TRUST Act , designed to blunt the impact of a…

Local Law Enforcement and Federal Immigration Law

The state legislature is considered likely to pass a measure called the Transparency and Responsibility Using State Tools – or TRUST Act , designed to blunt the impact of a…

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The Obama Administration says the program  Secure Communities  is "crucial" to finding criminal immigrants and deporting them.

Should Local Law Enforcement Work with Immigration Authorities?

The Obama Administration says the program Secure Communities is "crucial" to finding criminal immigrants and deporting them.

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