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Rep. Deb Haaland Sep 13
Our neighbors, colleagues, and friends are at risk of losing their legal status. I'm fighting to in Congress. Meanwhile, it’s important for recipients to keep their status up to date. Renew yours today ⬇️
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Rep. Sylvia Garcia Sep 13
We must continue fighting for our whose lives were put in limbo when the President decided to end two years ago. .’s racist policies are hurting immigrant communities. They deserve better from the President of the United States.
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Mike Doyle Sep 13
President Trump claims to care for Dreamers – but two years ago, he ended DACA without a pathway to citizenship and caused serious uncertainty for these hardworking, contributing members of our communities brought here at a young age. I will continue to !
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Rep.Grace Napolitano Sep 13
Over 800k young, talented have benefited from , but the Trump administration has left the future of the program unclear. If your status expires before 2020 you should renew now!
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Rep. Barbara Lee Sep 13
Over 800,000 are protected by , but this administration has left the future of the program uncertain. I will continue to fight to . But if your status expires before 2020, I urge you to renew it now. ⬇️
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Steny Hoyer Sep 13
Replying to @LeaderHoyer
As House Dems fight to , I want to remind DACA recipients to renew their status today:️
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RPA™ College Sep 14
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard 15h
Replying to @RepRoybalAllard
To this day, America is strengthened by new citizens who help enrich our country. That's why I led this year's House's passage of , my Act, to help America's pursue U.S. . The Senate should hold a vote on HR 6 & help us .
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Rep. Juan Vargas Sep 13
Like so many towns & cities across the US, my congressional district is home to . They are a part of our community - they are our friends, neighbors, & colleagues. It’s been 7+ years since President Obama implemented -now it’s time for Congress to .
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Sep 10
Honored to meet some brave recipients at my office today. They came to discuss a new documentary about DACA students called “The Unafraid,” & also shared their support for the Senate passing , my . I couldn't agree more!
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Ida Litteral Sep 13
And they never thought we’d make it !
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Joe Dempsey Sep 14
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Joe Dempsey Sep 15
The goal is to compete against the best week in and week out. We not ducking nobody💪🏾😤 🔴⚫⚪
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Alida Garcia 15h
Dalton ‘Dreamer’ hopes court ruling lets him stay in adopted hometown via
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Andre Smith Sep 15
The future is bright here ! We will be adding Basketball and Soccer (2020) to our sports department! Prospects with interest to be evaluated visit and apply. Player evaluations coming soon! 🔥🔥🔥 🔴⚫️⚪️
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Joe Dempsey Sep 16
Trust the process and recognize the progress but keep building. 🔨🛠⚠️ 🔴⚫⚪
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Hispanic Caucus 12h
Replying to @HispanicCaucus
This , we cannot forget the millions who are working to attain US citizenship and fully join our American family. Among them stand 800,000 , who should have a pathway to citizenship under the .
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Cameron Ramirez Sep 14
America is a nation of immigrants.
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Lloyd Doggett Sep 14
Valeria Bejar, Mamadou Diakite, Reverend Jeania Ree V. Moore, Heather Courtney, & Sergio Ramirez visited my Washington office to discuss the urgent need for Senate to follow the House’s lead & pass the Dream and Promise Act.
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RPA™ College Sep 13
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