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Mayor cites model where nonprofit, police work together By Lomi Kriel With immigration reform deadlocked and election rhetoric against it divisive, Houston and cities across the country are increasingly considering providing identification cards to immigrants and other vulnerable populations. The lack of a government-sanctioned ID can turn any interaction with […]

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has quietly begun implementing a policy that gives U.S. border authorities first rights to inmates leaving federal prison who are tagged for deportation rather than allowing them to proceed on local warrants to so-called sanctuary cities. Justice authorities outlined the program, which could involve the […]