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Queens, New York - April 27, 2018: Views of the Jackson Heights neighborhood can be seen near the 7 train. Photo: Christopher Lee for Documented.

NYC Enforcement Against Street Vendors Picks Up Again After Pandemic Lull

Since June, the city’s Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP), which took over inspecting duties from the police this year, has conducted 1,508 street vending inspections and issued 424 tickets, slightly surpassing NYPD’s three-month average number of civil citations prior to the pandemic.

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CoreCivic: One of the Largest Corrections Companies in the US

CoreCivic, one of the largest private correctional facilities in the U.S. operates over 70 facilities, 12 of which have contracts with ICE.

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Federal Judge Bars Public Health Order

Plus: U.S. requiring new citizens and residents to get vaccine, and Biden continued Haitian deportations amid crises

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Migrants Stopped 209,000 Times at Southern Border in August

Plus: 8,000+ migrants waiting under international bridge, and ICE reportedly abandons immigrants with mental illnesses