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As President Barack Obama prepares to square off against the Republican-led congress on immigration reform, a high-profile immigration case is making headlines in Detroit. Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, 67, was found guilty of immigration fraud earlier this month for concealing her Israeli military court-ordered imprisonment in 1969 from immigration officials. She...

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In an effort to improve the state’s overall economy, many established Michigan companies are offering pro-bono services to startups and small businesses to help them stabilize. “I love how much sense it makes,” said Antoine Dubeauclard, president of company Media Genesis. “We are getting Michigan companies to work with...

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Detroit’s Griswold Building in Capitol Park used to offer housing with fixed, subsidized rent to low-income seniors. That changed this year as The Griswold became The Albert, and the 115 seniors who were living in the building were forced by developers to find new accommodations.Senior Housing Preservation Detroit, a...

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