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Amid immigration setbacks, one Trump strategy seems to be working: fear
Chicago TribuneMay 1, 2017

"The decline at the border is not something that happened on its own — it's a reaction to concerns Trump is going to restore the enforcement of immigration laws," Krikorian said. "It won't last if that fear isn't realized, but if it is, if Trump ...more »

Here's what a Providence city ID might be good for
The Providence JournalMay 1, 2017

In New York City, dozens of city businesses grant discounts from 5 to 25 percent to card holders. It can be used as a public library card, to gain admittance as a city resident to cultural institutions, and to receive 25-percent off fees for adopting a ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Triple murder suspects Cumberlander, Hansen in court, DA Learner seeks death penalty
Hickory Daily RecordMay 2, 2017

ROBERT C. REED/RECORD: Dontray Tyrell Cumberlander looks at the Catawba County Superior Court ceiling as he stands before Superior Court Judge Lisa C. Bell for his Rule 24 hearing. Cumberlander is charged with multiple felonies including three ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Tyndall Speaks up about New Security Regulations
My PanhandleMay 1, 2017

"The federal regulation allowing Tyndall to temporarily restrict waterways when a specific and credible security threat is identified, became available to the commander today," said Base Spokesman Don Arias. "The purpose of this regulation is to ...more »

Administrative Law
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May 4: High Court hearing on commission's anti-seawall crusade
Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) (press release)May 1, 2017

ENCINITAS, CA; May 1, 2017: This Thursday, May 4, the California Supreme Court will hear Pacific Legal Foundation's challenge to the California Coastal Commission's attack on some Encinitas residents' right to protect their oceanfront homes from storms ...more »

Investigations
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Central Catholic teacher from Salisbury under investigation
The Daily News of NewburyportMay 2, 2017

“Both individuals involved will remain on administrative leave pending the outcome of our investigation,” Sullivan said. “We will communicate the nature of our findings and the status of each individual's employment once that process is complete.” ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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The Sanctuary Cities Decision Is A Bad Ruling About A Bad Policy, But Still Good Law
The FederalistMay 1, 2017

The Sanctuary Cities Decision Is A Bad Ruling About A Bad Policy, But Still Good Law. No one doubts that the federal government has jurisdiction over immigration. Whether they can force the states to help them enforce immigration laws is another matter.more »

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