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March 25, 2013 at 4:18 PM

Head of Seattle-based OneAmerica to receive White House award

Rich Stolz The White House on Tuesday will honor Rich Stolz, executive director of Seattle-based OneAmerica, with its “Champions of Change” award for his work on immigration. Stolz is among 11 people from across the country who will receive the Cesar Chavez award for embodying the spirit of the late farm worker and civil rights…

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September 11, 2012 at 1:27 PM

Reed urges Legislature to require proof of lawful presence for driver’s licenses

Outgoing Secretary of State Sam Reed is urging state lawmakers to pass legislation next year requiring those applying for a driver’s license or ID card in Washington to show proof of lawful presence – something 48 other states currently require. Reed’s recommendation to the 2013 Legislature is based on his office’s inability to access a massive…

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August 14, 2012 at 4:28 PM

Young illegal immigrants may begin applying Wednesday for deportation reprieve

Beginning Wednesday, young people who came to this country illegally as children, have lived here continuously since then while staying out of trouble, may begin applying for a kind of deportation clemency being offered by the Obama Administration. Nationally, this so-called deferred action, good for two years, could extend to as many as 1.7 million illegal…

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