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Hundreds speak out as Board of Supervisors consider policy change to notify ICE of violent inmates

Original post made on Apr 9, 2019

An emotional debate over Santa Clara County's immigration policy unfolded Tuesday as the board considered amending its sanctuary laws to allow law enforcement to notify federal authorities about undocumented inmates with a history of violent crime.

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