ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

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By Tuesday, Jan 9 Viewpoints  1 Comment


El Salvador has rebuilt since the earthquakes. But the violence — San Salvador, the capital, is considered one of the most dangerous cities on Earth — has inhibited investment and job creation, and prompted tens of thousands to flee.

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  1. Steve Farina says:

    The Executive Branch is exercising their authority. While I do not necessarily agree with the decision, it is incumbent upon Congress to pass a law which would create a pathway to permanent status, and ultimately citizenship.
    Part of the problem is that we have created an environment of division. Our nation as a whole, and even to a great extent locally, has succumbed to party politics. The solution lies in our ability to start having respectful discourse and working together through our different approaches to the issues at hand. This must be how we decide who to send to Congress to represent us if we are going to ever end the political divide which has split our nation in half.

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