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Hispanic Caucus
The 31-Member Congressional Hispanic Caucus advocates for issues important to Latinos via the legislative process in Congress.
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MichelleLujanGrisham 13h
Plyler v. Doe makes it clear that every student, no matter the child’s or a child’s parent’s immigration status, has a right to a public K-12 education.
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Nanette D. Barragán 14h
As children go , let us remember that schools are where children learn– NOT a place where ICE agents seek out schoolkids. We need to regardless of their immigration status or their parents status.
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Rep. Norma Torres 14h
As season gets underway, one thing is clear—no student should have to fear attending school because of their immigration status.
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Mariana_Atencio 17h
This is a letter from two boys, ages 13 and 9, separated from their mom for months. ‘Hola mama, how are you. I hope everything is ok. We love you. We miss you so much. Hugs and kisses. We miss you’ Thanks for making sure they aren’t forgotten.
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez 15h
As we approach no child should have to fear attending school due to their immigration status. has ruled that every student, no matter the child’s or a child’s parent’s immigration status, has a right to a public K-12 education.
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Adriano Espaillat Aug 16
Today ⁦⁩ helped Honduran mother Rosa Amelia with her 2 children separated under ’s zero tolerance policy. Thank you ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ for helping
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Senator Cortez Masto Aug 16
are American in every way but paperwork. They are teachers, nurses, engineers, & so much more. With this week being the 6th anniversary of - I encourage all DACA recipients to renew your application if you're eligible >>
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Rep. Juan Vargas Aug 16
For the last 6 years, the program has changed the lives of 800,000 young people across our country. (1/3)
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
To you make our communities and country stronger and more vibrant - we will never stop fighting for you.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus and I will continue fighting for Dreamers, an open and public debate, and a vote on bipartisan legislation that permanently protects .
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
Congress still has an opportunity to show the nation that it can work together to address this Trump-created crisis in a bipartisan, rapid, targeted, and meaningful way.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
I urge the President and Republican Leaders to put moral decency, families, Dreamers, and the will of the American people above the anti-immigrant demands of a few.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
These changes threaten to hurt the economy, rip apart families, and betray our values. Frankly, it is indefensible and immoral that in the 344 days since President Trump ended DACA, Congress has still not passed a bipartisan solution for Dreamers.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
Yet, every time a bipartisan solution to the crisis that created is within reach, the administration & use Dreamers as political pawns to extract hyper-partisan and radical immigration policy changes.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
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Their commitment to the prosperity of our nation is why a majority of Americans support protecting recipients and providing them with a permanent legislative path to citizenship.
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Hispanic Caucus Aug 16
Yesterday marked the sixth anniversary of and we celebrated the Dreamers who serve in our military, educate our children, work as doctors and nurses to keep us healthy, and help our economy innovate and thrive as business owners and entrepreneurs.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Aug 15
Just spoke with Univision after finishing today's tour of the and detention facilities.
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Raul M. Grijalva Aug 15
Over 100 people joined my office last night to celebrate our Democracy Award for best constituent services in the U.S. House of Representatives. Thank you to the caseworkers in my office who serve the people of as if they were members of their own family.
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Rep. Jimmy Gomez Aug 15
Just wrapped up visits to Adelanto Detention Facility & Victorville Federal Correctional Complex to examine conditions in which immigrants are being held. Glad I had the chance to tour these facilities but deeply disturbed w/ what I saw. WATCH my video:
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Adriano Espaillat Aug 15
We must protect and strengthen & find a permanent protection for undocumented young people & families.
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