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Clout StPosted by Rick Pearson at 3:40 p.m. A coalition of Latino groups that had worked together for more representation in the state legislature fragmented today at a state Senate hearing over the effects of a proposed Democratic redrawing of Illinois’......
L.A. NOWImmigration fees would increase by an average of 10% under a proposal announced Wednesday by U.S. officials. Some of the fee increases would include applications to replace permanent resident cards, which would increase from $290 to $365; applications for...
Tribune religion reporterMaria Alvarez and Jeanette Hernandez believe that no matter where they worship, where they work or how they got to America, the Roman Catholic Church calls on them to bear each other's burdens. To do her part, Hernandez, a parishioner at Our Lady of...
Tags: Politics, Illegal Immigrants, Family, Immigration, Migration
Tribune staff reporterFrom the start, Elvira Arellano knew she had to stay quiet. After illegally crossing the border from Mexico, she kept her head down. Even her bosses didn't know who she really was. Arellano sometimes thought she heard footsteps at night and awoke with...
Tribune staff reportersHundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to turn out in cities across the country Monday to support immigrant rights. Rallies, marches and vigils are planned in 102 cities, including Chicago, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Center...
Tribune staff reportersA pair of controversial new campaign ads from Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis has enraged immigrant rights advocates, who contend the message decrying illegal immigration is racist and relies on misleading data. In the spots, which began...
Tribune staff reporterU.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis' hard-line campaign rhetoric on illegal immigration lost Donna Stenitzer's vote--and her business. The 50-year-old Wheaton woman was so incensed by Oberweis' controversial TV advertisements that she held a family...
Tribune staff reportersThe Department of Homeland Security said Monday that it is largely scrapping a controversial Justice Department-initiated program requiring men from predominantly Muslim nations to come in for questioning, fingerprinting and photographing. The domestic...
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