EXTRAORDINARY COLLEGE STUDENTS FIGHTING DEPORTATION

Washington, DC ­ On Thursday, July 27, a group of students who would be affected by passage of the “DREAM Act” came to Washington, DC to plead their cases before Congress. The “DREAM Act” (S. 2075) is a bipartisan proposal that would enable U.S.-raised immigrant students to pursue higher education and earn U.S. citizenship. .

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Mexican Consulate to arrive

 

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The World Today

by Fernando Suarez Del Solar

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The War in Iraq Costs

$299,658,839,268

military expense

Instead we could we could have

39,689,940

children to attend a year of Head Start.

Instead, we could have hired

5,193,128

additional public school teachers for one year.

Instead, we could have insured

179,436,613

children for one year.

Instead, we could have built

2,698,153

additional housing units.

Instead, we could have provided

14,526,839

students four-year scholarships at public universities.

Car Club Familia, participated with this outstannding loaded car in the 4-H Fair Parade. (Photo: Axel Hernandez)