A local immigration attorney’s office has labeled the new report, by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), “propaganda” designed to further Trump’s immigrants-as-criminals rhetoric.
Over 50 people crowded into Colorado’s Delight Me Sweets bakery in Thornton Saturday afternoon to speak with their state representative about defending freedom, protecting immigrants, and preparing for the worst under a Trump administration.
State Rep. Joseph Salazar (D-Thornton) announced at the Protect our Muslim Neighbors Rally, that he was committed to showing up for Colorado’s Immigrant community and was introducing a bill titled the Ralph Carr Freedom Defense Act.
Colorado Christian University is hosting Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff for a talk called “When immigrants arrive, Freedom departs”
“Watch democrats call for a Muslim ban” claims a video shared by State Sen. Randy Baumgardner (R-District 8).
State Rep. Dave Williams seeks to reign in “lawless politician community” by targeting sanctuary cities
State Rep. Dave Williams (R- Colorado Springs) and State Sen. Vicki Marble (R- Fort Collins) presented a bill Wed. at the State Capitol aimed at holding the “lawless politician community, run by the Democrats,” accountable for the actions of undocumented Americans in the sanctuary cities of Colorado.
Jeanette Vizguerra, mother of four, was forced into sanctuary at the First Unitarian Church Wednesday morning. Following an eight year battle to remain with her family in the country, Vizguerra’s stay of removal was denied by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
Joshua Hosler is a candidate for GOP Vice-Chair of El Paso County. In a Facebook post Sunday, he detailed how he walked out of his church when his priest read a bible verse relating to refugees. Although he doesn’t specify which verses the priest read, it is likely this one, which is fairly unequivocal:
Colorado’s Latino Democratic Caucus penned a letter to President Donald Trump Thursday asking him to allow Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, or Dreamers, to stay in the U.S.
The majority of Coloradans didn’t elect Donald Trump, so when he won the White House, many were likely left feeling dejected and wondering what comes next. Given the massive Denver protest in the days following the election, it’s clear that many Coloradans are looking for ways to take action.