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  • Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn: We will not check the immigration status

    Sacramento city leaders, including the mayor, the police chief and the superintendent of city schools, Tuesday pledged to continue to welcome “Dreamers” even if the federal government moves to end the protected status of these young adults brought to the United States illegally as children.

Sacramento city leaders, including the mayor, the police chief and the superintendent of city schools, Tuesday pledged to continue to welcome “Dreamers” even if the federal government moves to end the protected status of these young adults brought to the United States illegally as children. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento city leaders, including the mayor, the police chief and the superintendent of city schools, Tuesday pledged to continue to welcome “Dreamers” even if the federal government moves to end the protected status of these young adults brought to the United States illegally as children. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento reassures ‘dreamers’ that federal action won’t change local welcome

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