Advocates see the events of recent months as integral to President Donald Trump’s broader plans to restrict immigration.
Many of the changes happened over the last 18 months, short-circuiting opportunities for children to get help.
A nonprofit organization will be repaid for legal fees it incurred to defend the public’s right to public records.
Immigration advocates are concerned that the slowdown is deliberate, a move to “suppress the vote” of these potential citizens.
The interactive based on a Reveal series includes newly compiled data from MuckRock, which shows states are adding exemptions to public records laws.
A Canadian bus manufacturer committed to creating local jobs and paying a living wage. Did it follow through?
Federal programs that have assisted communities with cleaner water, safer sidewalks and sewage treatment are on the chopping block in Washington.
An interfaith nonprofit in California’s Central Valley is seeking ways legal residents and citizens can respond if roundups and deportations begin.
In dozens of U.S. cities and states, the rights to publish state and local laws don’t belong to the people or the governments. They belong to private contractors.
A federal law has been interpreted by many state governments and state courts to allow their agencies to keep secret studies, surveys and other data about dangerous roads, bridges and intersections if there is even a remote possibility that someone might one day sue the government for failing to make needed redesigns or repairs.
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