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Is DACA doomed? Supreme Court may side with Trump.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court appears unlikely to salvage a former President Obama-era program that has allowed hundreds of thousands of young, unauthorized...

MSU students demand support for immigrants, sanctuary school status

Some Michigan State University students are demanding the administration declares it a sanctuary school and provide more support and resources for undocumented and Deferred...

DACA case heads to U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday

WASHINGTON — Can President Donald Trump put an end to legal protections for a group of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United...

Susan J. Demas: When it comes to Trump, the brazenness is...

President Donald Trump will almost certainly be impeached — it's now just a matter of narrowing down the list of high crimes and misdemeanors...

New citizens greeted by Whitmer, Benson

Twenty-five men and women became naturalized citizens of the United States on Friday during a mid-morning ceremony at Cadillac Place, a state government office...

Column: Anti-immigrant rhetoric led to acid attack in Midwest

An ugly incident on Milwaukee’s south side where Mahud Villalaz, a 42-year-old U.S. citizen who immigrated from Peru, had acid thrown in his face...

Bills allow undocumented immigrants to have state IDs, driver licenses

At a Thursday press conference, state Sen. Stephanie Chang (D-Detroit) called it a “matter of human dignity” for those who can’t prove their lawful...

Nessel joins group of AGs against ‘unlawful’ Trump EPA regulatory changes

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined 22 other state attorneys general in opposing a proposed rule from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),...

Column: Trump admin issues new crackdown on immigrants with health insurance...

On Oct. 4, the President Trump administration issued a proclamation targeting the health insurance market and legal immigration into the United States. The impact...

Federal judge blocks Trump admin ‘public charge’ rule for immigrants

A federal judge in New York on Friday granted an injunction blocking the President Trump administration from implementing its "public charge" rule that would...

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