INS/City Separation Makes Sense!

Brown, Peter W.
September 2003
Guild Notes;Fall2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p1
Reports on the adoption of the INS City Separation Ordinance as approved by the City Council in Minneapolis. Provisions of the ordinance; Significance of the ordinance for the local and federal authority and responsibilities; Components of the grass-roots campaign for the passage of the ordinance.


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