November 18, 2020
By Johnny Magdaleno
The city of Gary’s “welcoming city” ordinance that placed restrictions on how local resources could be spent on the enforcement of federal immigration laws in the city has been struck down by a Lake County judge this week.
The ordinance, which provided certain protections to undocumented residents and visitors in the city, was passed in 2017 after the Gary city council voted 6-3 in favor.
Read the full story at The Indianapolis Star.
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