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Governor Grisham withdraws National Guard troops from New Mexico border

The Governor of New Mexico, Michelle Lujan Grisham, (Dem.), has ordered the withdrawal of most of NM National Guard troops deployed at their border with Mexico! She stated that she would no longer take part in President Donald Trump’s “fear-mongering.” … Continue reading

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Deployed troops battle for custody of children (USA Today)

Some family court judges have ruled that determining whats best for a child in a custody case trumps federal law protecting servicemembers from civil actions. And so, in many cases when a soldier deploys, the ex-spouse seeks custody, and temporary … Continue reading

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150 Arizona National Guard Troops Prepare for Border Patrol Next Week

One hundred and fifty members of the Arizona National Guard will be deployed along the United States border with Mexico in the coming week, said state Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday. The announcement, made over Twitter and through an official … Continue reading

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ICE Ignoring a Directive Preventing the Deportation of Noncitizen Troops and Veterans

Via the Washington Post:Immigration and Customs Enforcement appears to have ignored a directive from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to prevent the deportation of noncitizen troops and veterans, seeking to remove a Chinese immigrant despite laws that allow veterans with honorable … Continue reading

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Deployed troops battle for child custody (AP via Yahoo! News)

She had raised her daughter for six years following the divorce, handled the shuttling to soccer practice and cheerleading, made sure schoolwork was done. Hardly a day went by when the two werent together. Then Lt. Eva Crouch was mobilized … Continue reading

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