Brandon Mejia

President Donald Trump was in Yuma Tuesday, his second visit here in the past two months to discuss immigration and border security.

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President Donald Trump is in Yuma today.

By Howard Fischer - Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- Arizona Republicans are continuing to advance another measure related to the controversial issue of sanctuary cities despite the decision by the governor not to try to amend the state constitution.

Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services

An attorney for the Patriot Movement says the group and its members can’t be sued in federal court for harassing migrants and those helping them because the plaintiffs are aiding them in violating federal immigration laws.

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While undocumented youth and asylum seekers have been in the news recently, the half dozen members of the public who attended an immigration legal clinic in Yuma Friday had questions on the citizenship process, which officials say is more representative of immigration services sought by Yuma County residents.