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Victory for Illegal Immigration Activists as Sanctuary City Bill Moves to City Council

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August 3, 2017
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On Wednesday, August 2, members of a City Council committee overwhelmingly approved legislation that would prevent local authorities from cooperating with some of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's efforts to identify and/or deport undocumented residents [illegal aliens] in Denver. In a public hearing packed with activists, the Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness Committee voted six to one to approve the bill, which will head to the full city council later this month.

Along with preventing cooperation with ICE's deportation efforts, the bill also forbids ICE from entering city and county jails without a warrant from a judge. If approved by city council, the move would put an end to the practice of picking up undocumented individuals [illegal aliens] who are already being held by local authorities, even for petty crimes...




Sure sounds like sedition.


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