One Oregon Coalition critical to our victory
Businesses across the state sign-on to say No on 105.
Oregonians United Against Profiling launches to defeat attempt to throw out state “sanctuary” law.
It took 10 years and several thousands of dollars to become a legal resident of the United States.
The U.S. immigration system should reflect our American values and ideals. Among those values is the idea that strong families build strong individuals and strong societies.
Retired legislator worries racial profiling will get much worse.
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Siblings Mary and Chom pursued their dream of opening a Khmer recipe business in Oregon.
"We were so blissfully happy to be in America that we waved at the protesters."
Isidro Andrade-Tafolla was racially profiled by federal immigration agents in Washington County on September 18, 2017.