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Key Federal Agencies Flub Response to Basic FOIA Request
(24 Apr 2015) The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse sent 21 federal agencies identical FOIA requests on Jan. See more...
El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala Account for 38% of Immigration Court Filings
(14 Apr 2015) Three Central American countries -- El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras -- account for over a third (38 percent) of removal orders sought by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) so far this fiscal year, according to the latest Immigration Court data covering the period through the end of March 2015. See more...
Federal Prosecution Data for February 2015 Released
(07 Apr 2015) Federal criminal prosecutions totaled 10,750 for the month of February, according to the most recent data released by the Department of Justice. See more...
Latest Federal Tax Return Info by County, State
(02 Apr 2015) Very timely information on income reported on tax returns over the past twenty years has just been released by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). See more...
Prosecutors Continue to Use Discretion in Closing Immigration Court Cases
(19 Mar 2015) There has been no drop-off in the government's use of prosecutorial discretion (PD) as a basis to close cases and allow an individual to remain in this country, according to case-by-case Immigration Court records current through February 2015. See more...
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