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Guardianships and Sanctuary Cities
This Sunday on Full Measure, we tackle two hot-button topics: court-ordered guardianships and illegal immigration.
When it comes to guardianships, they often do a great job of helping incapacitated seniors. But many families complain that the guardianship system bleeds their loved ones dry of their life savings and separates them from their loved one. We’ll have one family’s difficult story.
Lisa Fletcher reports from Portland, Oregon, which is digging in its heels as a sanctuary city despite President Trump’s threat to cut federal funding. We’ll hear from sanctuary city opponents in Portland and we’ll talk to an illegal immigrant who was saved from deportation precisely because he was in the sanctuary city, even though he’s committed an additional crime in the U.S.
And I’ll speak to the head of the Senate Homeland Security committee, Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), about why he’s gotten involved in the case of alleged rape of a 14-year old at a Maryland school by 17 and 18 year old allegedly illegal immigrants who were in 9th grade with her.
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