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Tuesday January 02, 2018 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

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Your very fake editorial “Innocent until proved guilty” on Dec. 31 put your ideology above the law and misleads your readers.No further crime other than being in the country illegally is cause for deportation under U.S. immigration law. No felony required. No traffic ticket required.Illegal immigration is a big problem to both public safety and our state’s budget. The FBI reports that virtually all fentanyl and heroin come over the Southern border via South [...]

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