Helen Klein Murillo // 3/26/17 //
Los Angeles’ Police Chief said that reports of sexual assault and domestic violence among Latino residents have plummeted amid deportation fears (LA Times).
Immigration raids at state courthouses drew the ire of state judges this week.
Reliance on President Obama’s non-enforcement policies—including immigration and marijuana policies—is generally not protected, as Zachary Price explains for Take Care.
President Trump’s new “laptop ban” reduces traveler privacy and security, according to Danny O’Brien of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
A wide-ranging coalition condemns Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly’s statement that DHS could require noncitizens to provide the passwords to their social media accounts as a condition of entering the country, in an open letter.
An Indiana business owner with no criminal record, who authorities have known for years to be in the country illegally, will be deported Friday, exemplifying changing enforcement priorities, reports Alejandro Lazo at the Wall Street Journal.
The Trump Administration has moved forward with its tough-on-immigration stance, despite fierce resistance.
The crackdown lacks guidelines for businesses, according to Terry Carter (ABA Journal).