After Texas made sanctuary cities illegal, some major metropolitan areas vowed to not comply with the new law. But in rural areas, undocumented immigrants face constant fear of deportation.
Some of Trump's key proposals, like his call for a U.S.-Mexico border, will not receive funding.
Students protest the school's decision, but the careful language may keep it from losing state funding.
Republican lawmakers in several states are moving to bar college campuses from offering sanctuary to undocumented immigrants. Several colleges have pledged not to cooperate with immigration officials or share information about their students without warrants. But what sanctuary means legally is far from clear. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Cities like New York and San Francisco are facing uncertainty about how to budget for the future. President Donald Trump has said he plans to make drastic budget cuts, and he’s also threatened to withhold federal money from “sanctuary cities.” Are cities running through scenarios where they might not have federal funding? Click the audio […]
The blue state is at odds with the president and could have federal funds cut.
The president-elect said he would cut off federal funding to sanctuary cities. So how much money could these cities lose?
The city has a program called "Welcome Dayton" that encourages immigrants to settle down there.
Students, faculty and staff walked off campuses this week in a call for colleges and universities to protect their undocumented students.
Several have pledged to remain safe places for undocumented immigrants.