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Justice Department Gets Appeals Court Win In Sanctuary Cities Case

Newsy Sunday, 14 July 2019
Justice Department Gets Appeals Court Win In Sanctuary Cities CaseWatch VideoThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the Trump administration can give preferential treatment when awarding grant money to cities that use it to focus on combating illegal immigration.

The original lawsuit was brought by Los Angeles against the Justice Department after the city didn't receive funding from a...
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The decision came just before ICE deportation raids began in cities across the country.

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