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Newsom runs up against US Justice
Department rules in pardoning immigrants

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Posted By: poster, 11/8/2019 9:48:09 PM

Attorney General William Barr is trying to deport some legal immigrants who were convicted of crimes many years ago. Gov. Gavin Newsom is trying to spare some of the same immigrants from deportation by pardoning them. It’s shaping up as another round in the Trump administration vs. California. The immigrants are legal U.S. residents who, because they have not become citizens, face potential deportation for past crimes that were punishable by sentences of a year or more. Barr, overturning long-standing decisions by immigration courts, declared last month that migrants convicted of long-ago crimes could be deported even when their home states had retroactively reduced or erased their sentences.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Tet Vet 68 11/8/2019 10:21:04 PM (No. 230488)
Either the Governor stops for arrest him federal government for sedition and treason--just do it.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DVC 11/8/2019 11:01:40 PM (No. 230503)
AWWW. Reality biting the dingbat governor.
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