“This sort of weird torture is over”: Colorado DACA recipients on their hopes, fears after Supreme Court ruling
The Colorado Sun spoke to several Colorado DACA recipients on Thursday to gauge their reactions -- and feelings about the future -- after the long-awaited ruling on the Obama-era program
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Gov. Polis pardons Ingrid Encalada Latorre, who has spent years in sanctuary trying to avoid deportation
Polis also granted pardons to four other people and commuted the sentences of three people in his first use of his clemency powers since taking office a year ago
The Democrat led the Colorado House in 2006 when it passed a series of measures targeting people living in the U.S. illegally. Romanoff says he deeply regrets that legislation, which came during a wave of anti-immigrant policies across the nation.
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Colorado advocates see rise in immigrant domestic violence victims reporting deportation threats by their abusers
Denver-based Latina Safehouse says it helped 150 clients in all of 2018. This year, the number already has topped 300.
The court says the Trump administration's explanation for wanting to add the question was "more of a distraction" than an explanation
The Miami Herald reported that 10 cities are expected to be targeted in raids starting Sunday, including Denver