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Locals governments stand to lose state school and street repair funding if they violate state immigration laws under a bill that cleared the Senate Judiciary II Committee.1
A bill sponsored by Sen. Buck Newton, the Republican attorney general candidate, would take road and school money away from communities that violate North Carolina's prohibition on being so-called "sanctuary cities" for people in the U.S. illegally.2
Tags: Immigration, E.S. "Buck" Newton
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