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A Honduran mother and son are suing the federal government over what they call months-long abuses they experienced in a detention center run by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  The suit was filed last month by the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic at Yale Law School.

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Over 2,000 miles from New Haven, Connecticut, is a rural town called Tetlanohcan. And there, you’ll see ads on the street for package delivery to New Haven.

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Protesters took over a major intersection in Hartford during rush hour on Monday to demonstrate their outrage over last week's Supreme Court tie vote that stalled DAPA, one of President Obama's signature immigration programs. 

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New York State has removed a barrier that's kept immigrants who entered the country illegally as children from teaching or practicing medicine in the state.

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During her sophomore year at Southern Connecticut State University, Cinthia Perez and her younger brother dropped out. They decided to work full-time because the family was struggling to pay tuition out-of-pocket.  

Perez said, “It was really hard for my mom, especially. She was like, ‘No, I want you guys to go to college because that would be the main key to help everyone in the family.’ But then we were like, ‘It was either that, or we’re just not going to have any food at home.’”