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Home Subscriber Only Cover Story Long-simmering divisions on immigration have boiled over nationally. Is the Ocean State...
Long-simmering divisions on immigration have boiled over nationally. Is the Ocean State still welcoming in the era of Trump?
By Mary Lhowe
In March 2017 the Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union drafted a model ordinance that would reject local police cooperation with a federal program that essentially deputizes local police departments to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The ACLU invited Rhode Island communities, where an estimated 26,666 people live without legal…
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