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    DC: Immigrants spark debate

    Immigrants spark debate

    Crystal Chung

    The District of Columbia City Council recently passed a resolution condemning Virginia’s Prince William and Loudoun Counties for their harsh policies on illegal immigrants. The deep division among local jurisdictions is emblematic of how the larger issue of immigration is addressed in communities around the country.

    The D.C. city government does not require proof of legal residency from people seeking city services.

    [b]“I think that we have an obligation to everyone who lives here that they have access to programs and services that will keep them safe and healthy and that will keep our community safe and healthy,

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    Carecen’s Program Manager America Calberon called the county’s policy anti-immigrant and racist, while saying that D.C.’s policy makes immigrants feel welcome and protected by the police.
    Making illegals feel unwelcome is exactly what I want them to do.

    I want them treated humanely, be given emergency food, shelter and medical care and sent home as quickly as possible.
    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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