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NY, CT attorneys general winners in census lawsuit

The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut were among those from 21 states, along with 10 cities, six counties and the U.S. Conference...

New Yorkers again are Trusted Travelers

New Yorkers can once again enroll in the federal government's Trusted Traveler Programs, the Department of Homeland Security announced yesterday. The programs include Global Entry,...

Business and other travelers await word on Trusted Traveler Programs

As of this morning, the White House has not revealed whether it would be willing to reverse the decision to prohibit New Yorkers from...

Cuomo signs bill making it illegal to threaten employees over immigration...

Every year, 6.5 million undocumented workers are cheated with respect to wages they have earned and 85 percent of immigrant workers do not receive all the overtime pay to which they’re entitled.

Hayes vs. Santos: The fight for the 5th Congressional District

Award-winning teacher Jahana Hayes and former Meriden Mayor Manny Santos are seeking to fill the 5th Congressional District seat vacated by Rep. Elizabeth Esty.

U.S. Sen. Murphy ratchets up challenges to Trump

The senator pushes a bill to stop the new travel ban while criticizing Trump's wiretap tweets.

Trump will achieve big legislation, lawmakers say, if he can lead

“He’s a bull in a china shop,” said U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel, "and that doesn’t work in government. It’s all about compromise.”

CT delegation to rebuke Trump policies with special guests for tonight’s...

The guests of the lawmakers were chosen to represent Muslim immigration, health care and gun control.

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.

Concern over Trump travel ban increases calls to immigration lawyers

Immigration lawyers receive increased inquiries on the effects of the presidential policy.

Connecticut immigrant group meets with Blumenthal to urge rejection of Sessions

The immigrant community “has a lot of fear and uncertainty, not just here in Connecticut and not just about Mr. Sessions, but also about Donald Trump," said a spokesman for the Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance.

Long-simmering immigration issues get Stamford airing

D.C. immigration policy center director sees some 'picking the scab off a difficult issue.'

Community colleges address the workplace language barrier

By Jeanne Maloney and Ann Rubenzahl   New York has a rich history of welcoming immigrants, and is one of the six states in the U....

The American Dream, still open to immigrant entrepreneurs

Panel focuses on success, rather than challenges of immigrant entrepreneurs.

Forum: Immigrants key to economic future

Immigration forum pushes for national reform.