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Give Me Your Poor Who Can Stand On Their Own Two Feet

On Aug. 12, the Trump White House proposed an 837-page rule which would deny green cards to many migrants who entered our country legally.

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Nirva (left), a Haitian immigrant living in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, has helped care for Isolina Dicenso since 2011. They’ve grown close, bonding in part over their Catholic faith. “Thank God I met this woman,” Dicenso, 96, says of Nirva. (Melissa Bailey/KHN)

Trump Targets Immigrant POP: Elderly Brace To Lose Caregivers

After back-to-back, eight-hour shifts at a chiropractor’s office and a rehab center, Nirva arrived outside an elderly woman’s house just in time to help her up the front steps.

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Acceptance: The new American way

In a relatively short span, American views have shifted on everything from gay marriage to marijuana legalization to illegal immigration and, perhaps, more.

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