Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition

Esther Honig / KUNC

While communities in 10 U.S. cities, including Denver, braced for mass deportations by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, by midnight on Sunday only a very small number of arrests had been reported.

The Colorado Rapid Response Network, which works to independently verify any ICE activity, had not confirmed any arrests the entire weekend.

The Trump administration has temporarily postponed plans to deport “millions” of undocumented immigrants, but that hasn’t calmed fears within Colorado’s immigrant community. 

An LGBT organization in Colorado is raising money for a non-profit that’s losing its funding for being loosely affiliated with them. The Catholic Conference of Bishops said it will no longer give money to Companeros because it’s too closely tied to the LGBT group. 

A Colorado immigrant rights group is denouncing a bill that would require mandatory use of the employment verification system, E-Verify, nationwide.