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Kamala Harris calls for an end to racial profiling, opposes detention of undocumented immigrants
Supreme Court nominee Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban was stopped a second time Friday by a federal court. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) told a pair of activists from “Dreamers” group Cosecha! that she would support an executive action to protect undocumented people brought to the country as children and to oppose any efforts to detain and deport them.
The Democratic senator met with activists who advocate for immigrant rights at a studio in downtown Washington on Friday to discuss what she called her “priorities” on immigration, DACA and other issues.
“It’s a collective understanding and commitment to our fundamental American values of inclusivity, fairness, human rights, justice and the fundamental principles of equality, liberty and justice for all,” Harris said to the two young men, Cesar Vargas and Andrés Vazquez.
They first arrived in the United States as children, graduated from college or high school in the country and were brought to the United States by their parents. They have not been charged with any crimes and are awaiting decisions on whether they can stay in the country or must return to their native countries. Vazquez has a pending case.
“I hope we can get a large bipartisan majority to get rid of that [Trump’s] executive order and not just declare some narrow solution. We need a broader solution,” Harris said. “I will support any executive action for DACA recipients.”
A group of Justice Department attorneys filed a motion Friday in a case against Trump’s temporary travel ban in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. If the court upholds the administration, it would not be the first time the 9th Circuit struck down a Trump executive order.
[Feds back down in 9th Circuit as Trump seeks to revoke green card for one individual]
Meanwhile, the Trump administration in December stripped deferred deportation protections for immigrants who entered the country before July
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In vote to be ratified at the owners meeting next month, he noted that the union “has been willing to compromise on many of the issues”
NFLPA executive committee unanimously voted Saturday to ratify the NFLPA-NFL Basic Agreement reached in September, owner council member Steve Hatchell confirmed.
“The executive committee unanimously voted to ratify the Basic Agreement earlier today,” Hatchell said. “The vote was unanimous.”
NFLPA president Kevin Mawae said the NFLPA executive committee will be recommending to the NFLPA membership of their approval of the agreement, which is scheduled to be ratified by the owners at the league’s Dec. 17 meeting in New York City.
Mawae, who was appointed NFLPA president on Sept. 14, said the executive committee convened by then-NFLPA president Eric Winston met Friday to approve the basic agreement reached by the two sides on Sept. 15.
“Today, the NFLPA executive committee recommended to the membership of the NFLPA that they approve the Basic Agreement, for which I thank them, and we were made aware last week of the vote being taken by the membership,” Mawae said. “Over the past six months, the NFLPA executive committee, along with the membership, has been engaged in a process of discussions, meetings, collaboration and ultimately negotiations to reach an agreement that builds on the great work of the last 17 years and is in the best interests of the NFLPA and NFL membership.”
Mawae said the executive committee also unanimously agreed on the following five resolutions:
1) The executive committee did not recommend a change to any member’s eligibility for the Second Annual You Can Play Humanitarian Award to be presented at the NFL Honors show Nov. 30;
2) The executive committee recommended a contract extension for NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, which the NFLPA membership ratified;
3) The executive committee recommended a change to the union’s Ticker app for iPhone;
4) The executive committee unanimously recommended that the NFLPA and NFL make the following changes to the current rules and regulations:
4-1) Any players injured on the field shall remain on the field, unless medically cleared out and/or unable to continue playing;