Peter Schey

President, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law

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President of the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law; attorney, advocate and litigator on worksite enforcement

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Late on Friday a federal judge in Los Angeles  ruled  that the Obama administration must release all undocumented children and their mothers from detention facilities as soon as…

Ruling on Undocumented Children and Mothers in Detention Facilities

Late on Friday a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that the Obama administration must release all undocumented children and their mothers from detention facilities as soon as…

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Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

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Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

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