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Immigration

Yuma mayor says surging illegal migration is stressing local services

Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls told a Washington forum this week that the rise in illegal immigration is stressing health care and the nonprofits that help migrants in his town, and he’s worried the situation will only get worse. “Right now, our Border Patrol agents and our nonprofits are doing an amazing amount of work keeping

Immigration

Let’s Go, BRANDON!

The Department of Homeland Security announced this week that it intends to cancel the remaining border wall contracts along the southern border. With stacks and stacks of border partitions and miles and miles of fiber optic wiring piled up along the border, the Biden administration is paying contractors $5 million a day to NOT build the

Border crisis

Governor Ducey Travels To Yuma Border

Governor Doug Ducey and a delegation of state lawmakers today toured Arizona’s border in Yuma and received a briefing on the escalating humanitarian and security crisis from Border Patrol, local law enforcement and community leaders. The tour follows the Governor’s announcement yesterday to issue a Declaration of Emergency and deploy the Arizona National Guard to support law

Immigration

Statement From Governor Ducey On Release Of Undocumented Individuals

“If the federal government isn’t going to do its job, then Arizona will take matters into our own hands.” Governor Doug Ducey released the following statement after Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the United States Border Patrol declined to take custody of 20 undocumented individuals identified by the Arizona Department of Public Safety: “The Biden/Harris

Opinion

Opinion: Trump Notches an Immigration Win at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court this summer upheld a key pillar of President Trump’s immigration agenda. In a 7-2 decision in June, the justices ruled that the administration can proceed with its “expedited removal” policy, which allows the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Border Patrol to quickly deport fraudulent asylum seekers without prolonged court hearings. The Supreme Court made the right call. The administration’s

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