by DJ Martinez
In an Op-Ed for the Seattle Times August 29, Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes wrote that he would no longer be “turning a blind eye” to protesters who invoke their First Amendment rights by using non-violent protest tactics that block city traffic, in reaction to recent protests earlier this year held by activists from multiple movements.
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by Joseph C. Denton
On Jan. 19 the U.S. Supreme court agreed to hear a lawsuit brought by 26 states seeking to overturn President Obama’s 2014 executive order that would allow up to 5 million immigrants to gain work permits without fear of raids, incarceration and deportation. The order is currently suspended as a federal judge reviews its constitutionality. Continue reading Anti-Deportation Efforts at Northwest Detention Center Increase as Immigration Reform Heats Up