DOJ Motion Challenges Immigration Ruling

(CNN) — The justice department is seeking a stay to a Texas ruling that has put President Obama’s executive order on immigration on hold. Officials requested the stay with a federal court Monday. The request also includes a notice to appeal the Texas ruling. A federal judge ruled last week to stop the Department of … Continue reading »

DOJ to Seek Stay in Immigration Ruling

(CNN) — The justice department will seek a stay in the Texas immigration ruling that has temporarily halted President Obama’s executive order. A spokesperson for the White House says the request will be filed with the court by Monday. Earlier this week, a Texas judge issued the ruling in response to a lawsuit against Obama’s … Continue reading »

UO Student Reacts to Immigration Plan

EUGENE, Ore. — President Obama’s highly anticipated announcement Thursday night brought groups all over the nation to watch parties, including here in Eugene. Obama’s executive action resonated with a number of people who were at that watch party, especially for one student whose parents are illegal immigrants, but have been here for years and want … Continue reading »

Crowd Watches Immigration Announcement

EUGENE, Ore. — Throughout the state Thursday night crowds gathered to watch President Barack Obama’s immigration announcement. “They have to drive. They have to go to work. They have to take the kids to school. They have to go to church, but many of them are looking over their shoulders,” said Juan Carlos Valle, LULAC … Continue reading »

Obama to Unveil Immigration Plan

Click here at 5 p.m. to watch President Obama’s speech live. (CNN) — President Barack Obama is getting ready to deliver a speech Thursday night, where he plans to unveil executive action on immigration. “What I’m going to be laying out is the things that I can do with my lawful authority as president,” Obama … Continue reading »

Border Crisis: Deportation Process

(CNN) — Fifty-two thousand–that’s how many unaccompanied children the Department of Homeland Security says have crossed into the U.S. just since October. It’s right at double the amount from the same period a year early. Many are caught by border patrol and placed at detention facilities where they are held, screened and cataloged. But then … Continue reading »

School May Temporarily House Immigrants

HOUSTON — Texas is getting mixed reviews from residents about the idea of temporarily housing illegal immigrant children in an unused school in Houston. The shuttered school is located on the city’s northeast side. According to a congressional email received by KPRC, federal and local authorities were expected to conduct an initial assessment of the … Continue reading »

6 Arrested in Immigration Protests

(CNN) — The busloads of detained immigrants never arrived. For that, six protesters and counterprotesters got themselves arrested, Murrieta police said. Almost all day Friday, two factions of demonstrators endured a hot July 4th holiday verbally sparring over an anticipated convoy of buses carrying detained immigrants who are a part of a surge in illegal … Continue reading »

Merkley Talks Immigration

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — After the United States Senate passed an immigration reform bill on Thursday, one Senator began traveling through Oregon to discuss the bill’s impact on the state’s forest industry. The national immigration bill is composed of different sections, and one amendment, S.891 American Jobs in American Forests Act of 2013, sponsored by U.S. … Continue reading »

Demonstrators March in May Day Rally

EUGENE, Ore. — People all across the country are celebrating May Day Wednesday by rallying for workers rights among other issues. The day was marked by an historic bill signing in Salem and marches throughout the state. At the old federal building in downtown Eugene, demonstrators made their way in a march of solidarity from … Continue reading »

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