March 25, 2011
The big story on last night's Univision newscasts was the census report that the Latino population has grown by 43 percent over the last decade and now totals 50 million.
While the demographic shift is big news across the country, Univision also covered a related story that has not received much play – the crushing workload of the nation's 270 immigration judges, whose courts are clogged with 350,000 cases per year.
Dana Marks, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges, offered a glimpse of what that means at the local level. Read more...