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- U.S. condemns Israeli shelling of shelter in Gaza
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Topic - Chris Newman
"The idea of deputizing local sheriffs as front-line immigration reformers is a catastrophic mistake," said Chris Newman, the network's general counsel. "It distracts attention, chills people from reporting crime, encourages racial profiling and leads to the unconstitutional arrest and detainment of illegal immigrants."
"The best way for a good bill to pass this year is for the president to use his legal authority to reduce deportations and expand protections for illegals," said Chris Newman, general counsel for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, which is advocating comprehensive immigration reform. "That would compel House Republicans to come to the table in good faith."