PNS Daily News - Monday, March 27, 2017
Hundreds detained in Russian corruption protests; with the ACA repeal quashed, physicians promote Medicare for all; and the solitary confinement of juveniles in Tennessee blocked by a federal judge. Those stories and more in today’s rundown.
PHOENIX – Families of mixed immigration status in Arizona are being told to make a plan. Under President Donald Trump's new immigration policy, just about anyone who lives in the U.S. who is not a legal resident can be deported, sometimes quickly. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement a
PHOENIX – Anti-corruption advocates are pushing Congress to pass legislation to make it harder for criminals to launder money through shell companies in the United States. Right now, human traffickers, terrorists, drug and weapons dealers and corrupt officials in poor countries can all use U.
PHOENIX – A federal judge heard arguments Thursday in Phoenix in a case challenging Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's workplace raids that, for years, rounded up undocumented immigrants. A coalition of immigrants' rights groups is asking for a summary judgment to put a permanent stop to the
PHOENIX - Fees and fines within the juvenile-justice system place an unfair burden on low-income families, according to a new report. In some states, the Juvenile Law Center report found, because of failure to pay, young offenders miss out on diversion programs that would allow them to remain at ho
PHOENIX - A Phoenix woman arrested on Saturday as part of a protest against presidential candidate Donald Trump claims she was racially profiled by officials at the Maricopa County Jail because she has a Latino surname. Jacinta Gonzalez said an arraignment court judge ordered she be turned over to
PHOENIX - A new report says U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are turning a blind eye to substandard medical care in the agency's immigration detention facilities, resulting in unnecessary deaths. The study by a coalition of advocacy groups singled out the Eloy Detention Center in
PHOENIX - Gov. Doug Ducey has named a task force to identify the number of untested Sexual Assault Evidence Kits, also known as rape kits, sitting in law enforcement evidence rooms across Arizona. In his State of the State address last week, Gov. Ducey charged the panel with counting the kits and
PHOENIX - Today is the National Day of Remembrance for victims of drunk and drugged driving sponsored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, also known as MADD. The Arizona chapter of MADD is holding events in Phoenix and Tucson today in honor of their 35th anniversary. The idea is to let people know t