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Con la finalidad de proteger a mujeres y niños de la violencia en Centroamérica, hace unos meses las congresistas Norma Torres y Ann Wagner presentaron una iniciativa de ley que ahora queda en manos del Senado estadonunidense.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Legislation approved by the U.S. House of Representatives would block President Donald Trump’s plan to overhaul small-arms export policy to make it easier for gun makers to sell weapons like flamethrowers and grenades to foreign buyers.
The barriers for U.S. citizenship are largely immeasurable — from immigrants traveling thousands of miles by foot to apply for asylum, to folks applying for citizenship after moving to the country for work. But one barrier is universal: expense.
President Donald Trump campaigned on border security and building a wall to, among other things, protect the United States from violence in Mexico and Central America.
(CNN) A Democratic lawmaker who recently toured Texas detention facilities claimed she's seen no improvements in conditions for the detained migrants.
Democratic anger over the conditions faced by immigrants detained at the border grew Tuesday, a day after a group of lawmakers visited some of the most controversial shelters in Texas.
Fontana could receive federal funding for a major transportation upgrade known as the #BUILDFontana project, according to Rep. Norma J. Torres (D-35th District).
An Inland Empire group which is promoting the value of the United States Census is applauding the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling which temporarily blocked a citizenship question from being placed on the Census 2020 questionnaire.
Montclair may soon have a permanent monument to the city’s longest-serving mayor.
On June 18, Rep. Norma J. Torres, D-Ontario, introduced a bill to rename the United States Post Office located at 5186 Benito St. in Montclair after former Mayor Paul Eaton, who died in July after serving as the city’s mayor for 23 years.
Un grupo demócrata integrado por seis senadores y seis representantes presentaron este jueves en ambas cámaras del Congreso un proyectó de ley para hacer “más accesible” la ciudadanía estadounidense reduciendo los costos del proceso.