The Trump administration's new 'public charge' law purports to reduce the burden of immigration on tax payers. But, the rule appears to deliberately target low income, latino families. What's more, critics say it won't save money and will in fact hurt the U.S. economy.
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Despite a massive publicity campaign to dissuade migrants, another Central American 'caravan' set off for the US border last week, adding to the political debate over the President Trump's border "crisis."
The difference between paying $4,000 or $28,000 to bond out of immigration detention is based almost entirely on a judge’s discretion, and those rulings often are influenced by bias or ideological leanings.
The president and his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, have wrongfully implied that local law enforcement agencies are breaking the law by refusing voluntary ICE requests to keep immigrants locked up, according to experts and legal precedent.
At least 1,500 of the 2.7 million undocumented people in California suffer from renal failure. The symptoms and constant need for medication make their lives an exercise in resilience. This is the story of how five men – connected by turns of fate and profound acts of charity – tried to work around the kidney transplant system to save one another.