Case of woman in custody during childbirth moves forward

Suit seeks to change immigration enforcement nationwide More

Post Politics: Opposition to mass immigration is not inherently racist

Kleinheider argues that Sheriff Daron Hall made a mistake when he bent to pressure from activists and cancelled an appearance with members of a think tank who oppose mass immigration More

Post Politics: Can't we just all get along on immigration?

A local weekly public affairs program provides a case study on how we should learn to discuss the immigration issue More
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Revision does little to quiet 287(g) debate

Armed with old arguments and new data, Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall set out last week to sell Nashville again on the controversial 287(g) program. More

Sheriff gets 287(g) affirmation from Napolitano

Homeland Security Secretary holds up Nashville as model for other cities More

Local immigrant advocacy group honored

Group gets E Pluribus Unum award for exceptional immigrant integration initiatives. More
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Metro Police bust 'bogus ID' operation

A large-scale scheme to produce bogus U.S. immigration cards, driver licenses, and social security cards was shut down by Metro Police with the help of an informant late last week. More

Woman who gave birth in sheriff’s custody faces deportation

The woman who gave birth while in the custody of the Davidson County sheriff’s office is facing deportation next month and is suing the Department of Homeland Security for copies of her immigration records so she can fight the case. More

Woman who gave birth in sheriff's custody innocent on one charge

The woman who was arrested while nine months pregnant and later gave birth while in sheriff’s office custody was found innocent Friday on one of the charges for which she was initially arrested. More

Prominent arrests shine spotlight on 287(g) program

One was a woman on the brink of giving birth to her fourth American child. The other was an ex-convict with over 20 arrests for various burglaries, gun possession and drug-related charges. More
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