Articles Tagged ‘Immigration’
Right off the heels of our own coverage of the death of illegal immigrant Josseline Hernández in Arizona and the murder as a hate crim verdict in…
From Marcelo Lucero to Steve Levy, there may be no more talked-about issue on Long Island than immigration. It is a divisive issue, a galvanizing issue, an issue that voices on both sides of the aisle debate emphatically, loudly. But immigration is not a political hot button or a point on which to take a stance. It’s not even an issue, really: It is millions of individual lives, lives so rarely recognized amid the chorus and the chaos.
The manslaughter verdict is in and the Jeff Conroy case is closed, but no one knows when the court of public opinion will adjourn because the immigration issue remains very much alive in this divisive election year.