July 12, 2019
By Ethan Cai
As Immigration and Customs Enforcement, under the direction of President Donald Trump, gears up for raids targeted toward millions of illegal immigrants nationwide this weekend, hundreds of thousands of New Jersey taxpayer dollars are being used to provide legal defenses for those here unlawfully.
Essex County, NJ granted Rutgers Law School $250,000 in late June to represent detained illegal immigrants, a Rutgers Law news release revealed. Read the full story at Campus Reform.
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