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Trump Says He Is Considering Releasing Migrants in ‘Sanctuary Cities’

NYTimes.com Friday, 12 April 2019
One high-profile “sanctuary city,” which limits how local law enforcement agencies cooperate with federal immigration officers, is San Francisco. It happens to be the home of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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