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Local Hispanic community confused by Trump sanctuary proposal

Hispanic families living in Door and Kewaunee Counties are confused about President Trump's proposal to transport migrant workers at the Mexico-U.S. Border to sanctuary cities.  The President announced last week he was considering such a plan.  Imelda Delchambre, with the Hispanic Center of Door and Kewaunee Counties, says families she has spoken with are not sure what relatives waiting at the border will face under the sanctuary plan.
 

 

 
Delchambre says one local family from Honduras already knows that one relative won't be making his way into a U.S. sanctuary city or anywhere else.
 

 

 
A community or state that declares itself to have “sanctuary” status prohibits officials, such as police officers, from providing information on immigration status to federal officials.

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