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Hey Jose, I really like Cook County. I don't need no stinking driver's license nor citizenship. Just make sure you have bond money!

While immigration advocates are hailing the new ordinance as a step toward equal treatment under the law, one Cook County Commissioner says Sanchez’s release underscores his concern that suspected felons — not just those arrested on minor misdemeanor charges — can now avoid federal authorities seeking to deport them.

via Cook County won’t hold felons for immigration – Chicago Sun-Times.

 

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