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The program permitting 5,000 Iraqis a year to go the United States is under way now that guidelines have been finalized and staffing is in place, the New York Times reports. The program, approved in January, increased the number of visas tenfold and lasts for five years. Those admitted under the program will also be allowed to bring immediate family members to the United States. … [Read more...] about Expanded Visa Program Helps Iraqi Aides Facing Danger
It has been widely acknowledged by legal aid experts (as well as the members of the Bar) that legal education can play a larger role in the country’s legal aid movement and that exclusion of law schools from legal aid programs would be self-defeating not just for the cause of legal aid, but also the legal profession. (See Objectives of Legal Education, in Legal Education in India, Jethmalani, 1973, pp 56-57; Expert Committee Report of 1973; and National Juridicare Report 1977). The service-mindedness acquired by law students from performing legal aid work is a useful tool in influencing the social sensitivity of the Bar in the long run. Ironically, the rationale of involving law students in the delivery of legal services, particularly to poor and weaker sections, neither occurred nor found favour with our legal educational reformers for a long time. Even the legal aid authorities, failed to recognize the potential of using legal educational institutions and law students to … [Read more...] about Access To Legal Aid In India : An Unfulfilled Promise ?
-- Barbara Bush, who passed away at 92, offers a powerful counterpoint to illustrate how people can grow very late in life and become more tolerant. Historian Tim Naftali recalls an October 2015 lunch he had with the former first lady and his friend Jon Meacham in Maine. "Barbara Bush mentioned that the person who greeted them as a friend when we all entered the dining room was gay. 'I sensed that,' I said. I paused, then added, 'I am gay.' Instantly, she replied with a smile, 'I sensed that,'" Naftali writes in a piece for The Atlantic. … [Read more...] about The Daily 202: Barbara Bush and Donald Trump responded very differently to the AIDS epidemic
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and the top Democrat on the committee, Sen. Mark Warner, said in a joint statement that they were troubled by the charges. Wolfe had worked for the committee for roughly 30 years, and his position as security director meant that he was in charge of most of the classified information provided to the panel by the executive branch. … [Read more...] about Ex-Senate Aide Appears in Federal Court After Indictment