sanctuary cities

Trump poised to reform America’s failed immigration policies

It's time to enforce existing immigration law
Denver Post
Monday, January 16, 2017
National News

U.S. immigration policy is a joke — a bad joke that President-elect Donald Trump estimates costs our economy $113 billion per year and hurts millions, including both U.S. taxpayers and non- U.S. citizens waiting in line to come here legally.

Our next president knows we can do better...

Kathryn Steinle’s Family Gets Go-Ahead to Sue Federal Government

Saturday, January 7, 2017
National News

The parents of Kathryn Steinle have received the go-ahead to sue the federal government over Kathryn’s July 2105 death; she was killed by an illegal alien holding a gun issued to a federal agent.

Sanctuary Cities Vs. National Security and Public Safety

Why sanctuary city mayors should be given an MVP Award by ISIS and drug cartels
FrontPage Mag
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Immigration Impact

Northglenn joins list Colorado cities that won’t enforce federal immigration laws

Sanctuary cities will lose federal funding under Trump's pro-law enforcement administration
Denver Post
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Colorado News

Northglenn on Monday joined Aurora and Denver in declaring that its police force will not enforce federal immigration laws against those who haven’t “committed criminal acts.”

The policy statement came during a City Council meeting Monday night and was passed as a resolution unanimously...

Denver's sanctuary city policy could cost Denver millions under Trump immigration plan

[...] billions of dollars could be at stake. For instance, San Francisco alone gets about $1 billion annually from the federal government...
Fox 31 News
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Colorado News

DPS fails to comply with federal mandate for English language learners (again)

This is your tax dollars hard at work-but not on behalf of your American English-speaking children and grandchildren.
Fox 31
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Colorado News

The Denver Public Schools district, under court order to provide extra English classes to tens of thousands of struggling students, can`t get it done.

Mobile Mexican Consulate visiting Roaring Fork Valley

Post Independent
Saturday, August 20, 2016
Colorado News

Roaring Fork High School will host the Mobile Mexican Consulate this weekend.

The mobile consulate will be processing and renewing Mexican passports, matriculas consulares and birth certificates ... for Mexican citizens residing in the area ...


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