Preserving our past while building for our future
Vol. XIV No. 4
APRIL 2018
ARCHIVES
STORIES AND COLUMNS

Paul H. Kusuda's column
(A Repost)
America eyes Immigration
again,
(04/13)

Foreign Policy & Security
The Way Forward on North
Korea Explained,
By the CAP National
Security and International
Policy Team

Cultural Heritage
2018 ANILAG: My
province;s Harvest Festival
in Photos,
By Heidi M. Pascual

Immigration
Dreams Deferred: A Look
at DACA Renewals and
Losses Post-March 5,
By Tom Jawetz, Nicole
Prchal Svajlenka, and
Philip E. Wolgin

Conservative Myths About
Medicaid,
By Madeline Twomey
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STORIES AND COLUMNS

Editorial/Over a Cup of Tea
Family, music, and love
for both,
By Heidi M. Pascual

Special Feature
Asian-American Scott
Lieng featured in US
Navy's documentary series,
From Ken Woodmansee

Scientific Research
Improved capture of
cancer cells in blood could
help track disease,
By Eric Hamilton,
UW-Madison

Gun Violence Prevention
Six Ways to Prevent Gun
Violence in America,
From Center for American
Progress

Immigration
OCA Opposes
Anti-Immigrant Bill,
From OCA

Consumer Protection
National CAPACD
Outraged by Passage of
Senate Bill S.2155,
From NCAPACD
2018 LAGUNA HARVEST FESTIVAL (ANILAG) IN PHOTOS
Research study conducted by University of
Wisconsin–Madison School of Pharmacy
Professor Seungpyo Hong (R)
Below: An illustration of the CTC capture
process where cancer cells (in orange) and
white blood cells (in white) both begin rolling
along sticky proteins mimicking blood vessel
walls. IMAGE: MICHAEL POELLMANN