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Gov. Lamont announces COVID-19 relief funds for illegal immigrants

The governor gave schools permission to host in-person graduation ceremonies starting July 6.

AG Letitia James sues Trump administration over Trusted Traveler ban

The U.S. Attorneys representing New York's four districts issued a statement supporting the new federal policy.

ACLU cites local CT police working with ICE on illegal immigrant...

The local police departments working with ICE included Fairfield, Norwalk, Stratford, Trumbull and Westport.

Susan Herbst to step down as UConn president

Susan Herbst, the first woman to serve as president of the University of Connecticut, announced that she will be leaving the job next year.

UConn and CSCU sign amicus brief in DACA lawsuit

UConn President Susan Herbst said ending DACA meant the school "will lose the tuition revenue that these students contribute."

CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

Connecticut and New York are part of a coalition of 15 states and the District of Columbia that are suing to stop the Trump Administration from dismantling the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

CT congressional delegation pushes Homeland Security to support DACA immigrants

The legislators identified 10,000 Connecticut residents protected from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Malloy offers ‘toolkit’ for child care of detained illegal immigrants

Governor claims 22,000 children in Connecticut have undocumented parents.

CT immigrant households earn nearly 14 percent of all state income

New data finds 36,028 Connecticut-based immigrant entrepreneurs who generate $1.1 billion in income.

Malloy issues ‘suggested protocols’ to law enforcement on federal immigration laws

Governor warns police "should not take action that is solely to enforce federal immigration law."

UConn to defy Trump policies on illegal immigrants

UConn Police Department will not arrest undocumented students based on federal ICE warrants.