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Testimonies Emerge to Complicate Georgia Whistleblower’s Complaint

Community members are defending the doctor who allegedly performed hysterectomies on immigrants without their consent

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Security Guard Pulls Gun on ICE Protesters

Protesters marched to 26 Federal Plaza, the home of ICE and immigration courts in New York City, to protest reports of forced hysterectomies in immigration jails

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Federal Judge Rules Chad Wolf Likely Illegally Serving as Acting Secretary of DHS

Wolf's predecessor likely didn't have the authority to amend rules letting him become acting DHS secretary, possibly overthrowing asylum rules he implemented

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Democrats Call for Investigation into Mass Hysterectomy Claim

A whistleblower reported Irwin County Detention Center performed questionable hysterectomies, refused to test detainees for COVID-19 and shredded medical records

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NYC Census Response Rate Still Lagging Behind National

A total of 58.8 percent of New York City households, leaving New York trailing behind the national response rate of 65.5 percent.

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Trump Administration Seeks to Expand Data Collection

The federal government wants to demand biometric data from immigrants in the U.S. on green cards and work permits to ensure continuous "vetting"

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Ruling Lets ICE Keep Making Courthouse Arrests in Massachusetts

Attorneys and judges say allowing ICE agents to make courthouse arrests deters crime victims and witnesses from coming to court

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New Jersey Law Lets Immigrants Get Professional Licenses

Gov. Phil Murphy (D) signed a bill lifting immigration restrictions on obtaining licenses for jobs that require them, including for health care roles

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Coronavirus and the Census May Change This Largely Immigrant Town’s Economy

Micronesians are a growing part of Milan, Minnesota, but their unfamiliarity with the Census and a lack of outreach likely won't help the town financially.