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Documented and The City Win an EPPY Award

The co-reported story won Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting

Labor Primary category in which blog post is published

After Eight Years, Car Wash Workers Can Cash Their Final Paychecks

The workers divided up the cash from a $9.4 million payout

Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

Early Arrival: Civil Rights Group Sue County Over Sending ICE Voter Data

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: Groups Sue County for Sharing Voter Data with ICE — Immigrants Deported Without Day in Court — Safe Third Country Agreement

Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

Early Arrival: Breadth Dispute Slows Signing of State DREAM Act

Wednesday’s Edition of Early Arrival: New York Sees Decrease in Applications for Crime Victims Visas — USCIS Coordinated with ICE on the Detention of Sanctuary Movement Leader — Sticking Point with Medicare for All, Failed Veto Override

Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

Early Arrival: Report Says New Jersey Detention Facility Has “Unsanitary and Unsafe Conditions”

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: — New York State to Renew Immigrant Legal Representation Contract — ICE Stops Force-Feeding Hunger Strikers — Legal Challenges Mount as White House Defends National Emergency

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

Cases Rescheduled as ICE Fails to Produce Dozens of Detainees in Immigration Court

A New York City immigration courtroom turns to chaos as attorneys wait to see clients who are never brought

Alvin McLean Can Teach You How to Get Deported

From prison, one man helps others prepare for deportation

Zero Tolerance Primary category in which blog post is published

Dozens of Children Remain in New York After Parents Deported

Dozens of children, as young as 2, remain in New York after being separated at the border from their parents and are now considered to be 'ineligible' for reunification.