Earlier this year, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent letters to several jurisdictions seeking that they furnish explanation that they are communicating with sovereign authorities about undocumented immigrants or risk losing extend funding.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein pronounced Tuesday that a Justice Department has listened behind so distant from three.
The letters were sent as partial of a boss and a profession general’s betrothed crackdown on supposed “sanctuary cities.” At a time, a Justice Department pronounced they had sent 9 letters; Rosenstein pronounced Tuesday they had sent 10.
Rosenstein pronounced New Orleans; Clark County, Nev.; and a state of Connecticut had approved they were in correspondence with a law. That, in many ways, is unsurprising. Officials in each city pronounced during a time a Justice Department expelled a letters they believed they were in correspondence with a law.
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