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Bill Letting Noncitizens Vote in NYC Poised for Passage

Plus: Vaccination rates lag in NY’s Haitian neighborhoods, and detained immigrants transferred from New Jersey to upstate New York

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Build Back Better Act Approved With Immigration Reform

Plus: Biden's reconciliation bill approved with immigration reform, and Americans dissect Biden’s immigration performance in a poll

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Documented Talks: The State of Labor Law and the Construction Industry in New York

Four experts on the construction industry break down how companies evade accountability for worker's deaths and surviving families are left with little compensation

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Afghans Anxious Over Long Delays for Temporary Admission

Plus: A Connecticut woman's scam cost immigrants $300,000, and a second migrant caravan is headed for the border

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New York Leaders Have Mixed Reactions To Build Back Better Act

Plus: Immigrants march 11 miles to demand federal representatives include citizenship in their reconciliation bill

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California AG Wants Circuit to Reconsider Rejecting Ban on Private Prisons

Plus: Haitian migrants make it to Florida on a broken boat, and a 5-year-old is reunited with family after a smuggler abandoned her

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Report: English Language Courses Lacking in New Jersey Schools

Plus: New Jersey jails are no longer holding immigrants, and Hurricane Ida victims face eviction from their hotels

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There Are No Immigrants Left in New Jersey County Jails. Where is ICE Sending Them?

Immigrants detained by ICE have been increasingly transferred from New Jersey jails to these two facilities.

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Ecuatorianos en Nueva York recurren a trabajos de jornaleros para pagar altas deudas

Endeudados con miles de dólares, Ecuatorianos que emigran al país se encuentran en posiciones precarias como jornaleros en las esquinas de la ciudad de Nueva York.

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