Franco Ordoñez

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White House correspondent covering immigration & foreign affairs for McClatchy DC.

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Governor Jerry Brown said he wants some changes to California’s so-called sanctuary state bill, which would ban state and local law enforcement from using their resources to help…

Sanctuary cities fight Trump administration on withholding federal funds

Governor Jerry Brown said he wants some changes to California’s so-called sanctuary state bill, which would ban state and local law enforcement from using their resources to help…

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