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Immigration issues focus of students’ stories

May 1, 2015

Ten college students came to Washington in mid-March to participate in the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellows Program. This is the third year the foundation has held this program. ...

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From farmers to politicians, a call for immigration reform in GA

May 1, 2015

The Vidalia sweet onion harvest has just begun, and local farmers are working hard to get the first crop ready to ship all over the world.

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Immigrants contribute to national economy despite lawmakers efforts to reform

May 1, 2015

Immigrants in the U.S. started 28 percent of all new businesses in 2011, and businesses owned by immigrants employed approximately 4.7 million people in 2007, according to the Partnership for a New American ...

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Hispanic youth in Georgia see benefits of DACA

May 1, 2015

Wayne County’s Ulises Lopez was 6-years old when he entered the U.S. illegally.

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Documented immigrants face bureaucratic hurdles, too

May 1, 2015

Liliana Romero grew up in a cultural hotbed filled with food and family among the hustle and bustle of Mexico City. For her, following her dreams across the counties’ northern border to America was ...

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The National Newspaper Association Foundation wants you

Dec 2, 2014

It is that charitable-giving time of the year, and the National Newspaper Association Foundation is asking members to please consider making a fully tax-deductible gift to the non-profit arm of the National ...

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National security and privacy rights face off over NSA allegations

Jul 15, 2014

It can be argued that there are two prevailing schools of thought about the National Security Agency, one of the most controversial and most polarizing organizations in America, if not the entire planet.

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Land of the free or home of the lies?

Jul 15, 2014

Sitting in the National Security Agency and Central Security Service’s National Cryptologic Museum, in a room where agents are sworn in, a man like Bill Combs is the last thing you would expect.

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NNAF program brings young journalists to DC

Jun 6, 2014

For Averi Haugesag, the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellow program provided a unique opportunity to delve into national security and privacy issues surrounding the National Security ...

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