Five hurdles to a big DACA and border deal

A bipartisan immigration fix is facing an increasingly uphill fight in Congress after President Trump rejected a Senate proposal and sparked a political firestorm by referring to several developing nations as “shithole countries.” Both sides are digging in on their positions in the fallout, raising fresh questions about what — if any — deal could…

Opinion | No Place for 200,000 People to Go

Will it affect my brothers?” That was the first thing the 23-year-old Salvadoran woman asked me about the Trump administration’s announcement last Monday that it would not renew “temporary protected status” for nearly 200,000 immigrants from her country. Her three brothers live here — two crossed by themselves in 2013 along with a wave of…

U.S. government, citing ruling, again will accept requests for DACA protect…

The federal government, citing a recent court order, said Saturday that it will resume renewing grants of deferred action under the DACA, or “dreamers,” program, which has protected hundreds of thousands of young people from deportation. The Trump administration announced in September that it would stop renewing work permits for the young undocumented immigrants starting…

#WeToo: Celebrating A New Way

#WeToo: Celebrating A New Way Ann Arbor, January 20, 7:30 PM #WeToo: Celebrating A New Way We’re hosting a party! We are commemorating the 2017 women’s marches by hosting an event to Celebrate the 1st Anniversary of the Women’s March. Join us for a fun, inspiring evening in Washtenaw County for #WomensWeekend. Let’s celebrate the…