Voces de la Frontera

LaToya Dennis

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court begins considering a divisive issue related to immigration. The case originated in Texas, but the implications are potentially broad-reaching. Interests in Wisconsin are keeping close watch.

Gage Skidmore

UPDATE: Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke will appeal the case the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and in the meantime, appeals court says he does not have to release un-redacted ICE documents regarding certain inmates held in county detention facilities.

According to a statement Thursday from Clarke's office, he says the legal case has not yet ended. "It will now potentially be considered by the state’s highest court, and not by the illegal alien advocacy group Voces de la Frontera, which has no respect for our nation’s immigration law and sovereignty.”

Joe Brusky

Dozens of Latinos staged a protest last week on Milwaukee’s east side.

LaToya Dennis

Cold weather, gray skies and rain did not deter supporters of immigration reform on Thursday.

Voces de la Frontera says a bill that would make English the state’s official language would disenfranchise residents.

Ann-Elise Henzl

Voces de la Frontera continues to demand a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

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The future of immigration reform at the federal level remains in doubt, stalled in the House of Representatives, where key Republican leaders oppose the package backed by the Senate.

Marti Mikkelson

Immigration reform remains a hot topic. The House continues grappling with the issue, after the Senate passed a bill earlier this year.