May 13, 2019
By Jason Hopkins
A new study finds that sanctuary city policies have repeatedly prevented the deportation of illegal immigrants from countries that the State Department has designated as state sponsors of terrorism.
“For a 27-month period ending on December 31, 2017, law enforcement agencies and jails refused to honor 44 immigration holds on citizens from countries the United States has designated as state sponsors of terrorism,” an Immigration Reform Law Institute study concluded. Read the full story on The Western Journal.
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