is a surface-cell marker that is purported to play a role in activating immune suppression. Understanding these pathways may provide insight into potential targets for the treatment of certain cancers.
June 12, 1944. Draft reisisters from the Heart Mountain Relocation Center on the first day of their trial in Cheyenne, WY. They were sentenced to 3 years in a federal penitentiary. In a similar case in the Tule Lake Segregation center, the judge dismissed all indictments, declaring, "It is shocking... that an American citizen be confined on the ground of disloyalty, and then... be compelled to serve in the armed forces, or be prosecuted for not."