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Today's issue carries an article on the political aftermath of the Supreme Court decision in United States v. Texas. Also find an article on must-haves for I-9 change management, 2016 DHS Ombudsman Annual Report to Congress and much more.

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Article: Supreme Court DAPA Ruling a Blow to Obama Administration, Moves Immigration Back to Political Realm. By Muzaffar Chishti and Faye Hipsman

Article: Three Must-Haves for I-9 Change Management. By Stephanie Smith

Article: Vermont is Becoming the Activist Regulator in EB-5. By Matt Gordon

Blogging: Experts Slam Trump Over Mass Deportation, Contempt for Rule of Law. By Roger Algase

News: White House Task Force Report "Bright Spots in Welcoming and Integration"

News: DHS Ombudsman 2016 Annual Report to Congress

News: USCIS Notice of Proposed Fee Schedule Extended

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Headline: With deportation relief at stake, South's Latinos could swing presidential race Click here
Headline: Hudson County may end controversial partnership with ICE Click here
Headline: City of Boston will host event to offer free legal service to communities affected by U.S. Supreme Court ruling... Click here
Headline: The Long Road to Immigration Reform - Bloomberg Click here
Headline: Immigrant Heritage Month: In Their Own Words Click here
Headline: The Immigrant's Fate Is Everyone's - TIME Click here
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Letters of the Week: Rose Floyd, Adeze, A. Joseph Field, Roger Algase, Nolan Rappaport

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