Con Artists Prey on Immigrants Fearing a Trump CrackdownA scam exploiting immigrants' heightened fears of deportation by posing as federal agents and demanding money, authorities say.
Missouri Bill on Deported Immigrants Gets Initial ApprovalIf it passes the Legislature and becomes law, deported immigrants who come back and commit assaults and dangerous felony offenses would face three to 10 years in prison.
U City Could Become 'Welcoming City' for Immigrants University City is on the verge of making a big statement in support of immigrants in the wake of last month's Jewish cemetery vandalism.
Missouri's McCaskill Urges Lawmakers to Rethink Border WallShe says border patrol officials expressed a need for better technology and updated facilities.
Dems Invite Immigrants to Trump's First Address to CongressAn effort to put a face on those who could be hurt by the Republican's policies.
Local Immigrants, Refugees, Families Feeling Effects of Immigration OrderThe International Institute was expecting 60 refugees this week, and as of right now, 53 have cancelled.
Trump Could Revive Missouri Proposal on Deported ImmigrantsMissouri lawmakers are trying again to pass a bill aimed at cracking down on deported immigrants who come back and commit crimes.
Missouri Court Strikes Law Denying Bail to Some ImmigrantsThe ruling comes during a time of heightened attention to immigration issues, as President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to build a wall along the Mexican border and more aggressively enforce the nation's immigration laws.
Groundbreaking for Immigrant Housing at Fox ParkSt. Louis comptroller praises overhaul of a dozen properties in the city.
Gov. Nixon: Religious Exemptions for Immigrants Contrary to American Values"That's not what America is," Nixon said. "We're a diverse country. We're a diverse state. That's how this country was formed, and how it's going to grow."
Nixon Vetoes Bill Limiting Scholarships For ImmigrantsMissouri governor said instead of punishing students, state should encourage hard work
Bills Would Require High School Students to Pass Civics Exam to GraduateThe bills revise current Missouri law that requires high school seniors to take an exam about the U.S. and Missouri Constitutions. Instead, they will take an exam similar to the test taken by naturalized citizens.

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