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In the new minority: Rep. Lee Zeldin’s first day of his third term in Congress

For the first time since taking office in 2015, Zeldin is a member of the minority caucus, after Democrats took control of the House, 235-199 in the 2018 midterm elections. He voted with the Republican minority on all roll call votes yesterday, including controversial appropriations bills offered by Democrats to end the partial government shutdown.

Hundreds rally in Greenport for ‘Families Belong Together’ rally protesting U.S. border policies

Residents holding signs with messages condemning the administration’s policies crowded the waterfront Mitchell Park in the blistering mid-day heat, just one of hundreds of rallies across the U.S. for the #FamiliesBelongTogether day of action.

A network of neighbors commits to being ‘present’ for undocumented residents

A new network is taking shape on the North Fork with the goal of providing support to undocumented residents and their families and bearing witness to federal immigration enforcement actions in the local area.

Local ‘dreamers’ worry about their uncertain future after DACA program ends

The local face of DACA: Two young adults talk about what the program meant to them and share their worries about its termination.

On DACA, the Dream Act and immigration: statement by Rep. Lee Zeldin

Statement issued by Rep. Lee Zeldin on Sept. 5, 2017 in response to President Donald Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals executive order issued by Barack Obama.
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