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Nassau County Executive Laura Curan (Photo from Nassau County via Long Island Wins)

ICE Move to Nassau Hospital Dropped

Immigration, Long Island January 29, 2019 at 5:48 pm

Long Island Wins reports that while ICE will no longer relocate to the Nassau University Medical Center, the decision came with a downside.

Immigrant advocates protest against the plan to take ICE to Nassau University Medical Center. (Photo by Benjamin Britton via Noticia LI)

Furor Grows Over ICE Move to Nassau Hospital

Immigration, Latino, Long Island January 28, 2019 at 3:44 pm

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran’s announcement that she will let ICE relocate to a building at the Nassau University Medical Center continued to draw backlash from Long Island community and pro-immigrant groups, El Diario La Prensa and Noticia Long Island report.

Nassau University Medical Center (Photo by Sullynyflhi from Wikimedia Commons via Long Island Wins)

ICE to Move to Nassau Hospital

Health, Immigration, Long Island January 23, 2019 at 5:24 pm

In what is described by Long Island Wins as an “outrageous move,” Nassau County Executive Laura Curran is allowing ICE relocate to a building at the Nassau University Medical Center.

Laura Curran and her team during a meeting with members of the Hispanic press on Long Island, held on Thursday, September 6, in Mineola. (Photo from NCPO via Noticia Long Island)

Nassau Executive Laura Curran Seeks to Regain Hispanics’ Trust

Government, Latino, Long Island, Media September 11, 2018 at 5:08 pm

The first female Nassau County executive vowed to improve relations with the Long Island immigrant community in a meeting with the Hispanic press, Noticia Long Island reports.

Laura Curran and Laura Gillen (From https://twitter.com/johnasbury/status/928124638831562752)

Two Women Will Be Decisive in LI Fight Against MS-13

Elections 2017, Latino, Long Island November 9, 2017 at 5:25 pm

Hispanic activists believe the victory of legislators Laura Curran and Laura Gillen on Long Island will be key to fighting gang violence without criminalizing the Latino population, El Diario/La Prensa reports.  

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