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Advocates told Rewire that it “obviously makes more sense” financially and otherwise to release the teen than to spend more than a hundred dollars a day keeping him detained, but that they anticipated this would be “a fight” with immigration agencies.
“The most important myth we are working to expose is that bishops represent whatever Catholic opinion in public policy matters. We wanted to make sure everyone from all walks of life are heard,” said Sara Hutchinson Ratcliffe, domestic program director at Catholics for Choice.
Making an appeal to white people, the Democratic presidential nominee said during a Tuesday appearance on the Steve Harvey Morning Show, "‘Look, this is not who we are.’ We’ve got to do everything possible to improve policing, to go right at implicit bias.”