Some Ohio local officials oppose Trump's immigration order
Published: January 31, 2017 12:36 PM
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Officials in some Ohio metropolitan areas are opposing President Donald Trump’s order that put the U.
S. refugee program on hold and also temporarily banned entries from seven Muslim-majority nations.
Summit County Council in Akron also approved a resolution opposing the order.
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” That label isn’t legally defined but has typically indicated reduced cooperation with federal immigration authorities on some immigration matters.
Trump has threatened to withhold money from uncooperative jurisdictions.
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