Sanctuary city

A letter from the DOJ says the city has until October 27th to comply with a federal law regulating cooperation with ICE.
"It seems like they are targeting and punishing jurisdictions for standing up to ICE," one public defender said.
The mayor and police commissioner James P. O'Neill both said it was "outrageous" that the Department of Justice called the city "soft on crime."
The letter from the DOJ suggested there was a wave of gang murders in New York City.
"There’s a desperate need for attorneys in the city for people facing deportations."
Malliotakis also called it "alarming" that the city has only complied with 32 of the 584 detainer requests.
"Make no mistake about it, the members of law enforcement in the NYPD want to cooperate with ICE."
The state Attorney General's Office said it is receiving increasing numbers of reports of scams targeting immigrants.
Republicans predict its doom.
A review of the legal landscape before Trump, and some insight into how it might change.
In a letter to students and faculty, NYU's president affirmed that the school would continue to protect undocumented students from federal immigration officials.
Or if he REALLY got his way, a half million fewer residents.
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