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In 2017, ICE launched Operation Matador, a program to exchange information between ICE and local police with the goal of identifying unaccompanied minors suspected of MS-13 gang involvement.
The results have been disastrous.
Asylum-seekers fleeing violence and persecution arrive at our borders thinking they’ve finally found safety and opportunity. But instead of protecting them, the Trump administration imprisons them for months or even years with no fair chance at release.
Update: On May 30, the New York City Board of Elections announced it would add 19 more early voting sites.
It’s not hard to imagine the widespread outrage that would ensue if American politicians threw out any constituent who criticized them at town halls or school board meetings.
In cities and towns across New York state—and around the country—you can be evicted just for calling for police or emergency assistance. Fortunately, that’s about to change in New York.
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