Durango City Council seeks to clarify sanctuary status

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Durango City Council seeks to clarify sanctuary status

Resolution will be considered
Jim Steinle, second from left, father of Kathryn Steinle, in photograph, testifies next to Montgomery County (Md.) Police Department. Chief J. Thomas Manger, right, before a Senate Judiciary hearing to examine the Administration’s immigration enforcement policies in July. Kathryn Steinle was killed on a San Francisco pier, allegedly by a man previously deported several times. This has restarted the debated nationally about sanctuary cities and the Durango City Council will consider a resolution Tuesday to take a clear position on the issue.

Durango City Council seeks to clarify sanctuary status

Jim Steinle, second from left, father of Kathryn Steinle, in photograph, testifies next to Montgomery County (Md.) Police Department. Chief J. Thomas Manger, right, before a Senate Judiciary hearing to examine the Administration’s immigration enforcement policies in July. Kathryn Steinle was killed on a San Francisco pier, allegedly by a man previously deported several times. This has restarted the debated nationally about sanctuary cities and the Durango City Council will consider a resolution Tuesday to take a clear position on the issue.
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