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Daniel M. Kowalski
U.S.-paid trips back to Mexico are questioned

"The Department of Homeland Security has given more than 12,000 undocumented immigrants free flights into Mexico City since early July as part of a $15 million-a-year program officials have credited with saving lives in the desert. But a new Government...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Pickers Are Few, and Growers Blame Congress

"[H]arvest time has passed and tons of pears have ripened to mush on their branches, while the ground of Mr. Ivicevich?s orchard reeks with rotting fruit. He and other growers in Lake County, about 90 miles north of San Francisco, could not find...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
U.S. to Closely Watch Boeing's Border Plan

Boeing executive Wayne Esser said in an interview this month that he hopes more surveillance will deter some people from trying to cross borders illegally at all. But he conceded that it could merely shift the problem elsewhere. "It'll put a...

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House Passes 3 Immigration Measures

"The House on Thursday approved three new bills targeting illegal immigration, including one that would make it a crime to tunnel under the border and another making it easier to deport gang members who are not citizens. The action followed House...

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U.S. Denies Entry to Egyptian Muslim Clerics

"The United States has denied entry to four Egyptian Muslim clerics sent to Florida to officiate at religious events during the approaching fasting month of Ramadan, Cairo airport officials said on Friday." Reuters, Sept. 22, 2006. http://www...

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Gonzales' Attempt to "Clarify" Responsibility for Arar Deportation to Syria

Claims DOJ "was not responsible," on the theory that INS no longer exists, and DHS now handles deportation. But "U.S. officials later confirmed that the order to deport him was signed by then-Deputy Attorney General Larry D. Thompson."...

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