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@9XHBHPYWorking Family from Texas answered…1wk

Yes, undocumented immigrants make up a large portion of the workforce. There are jobs, that nobody else wants to do, and it helps to fuel economy

@9XKMGNVWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…5 days

No because I don't feel federal funding should be put toward illegal activities. Rather than use it towards something that is more necessary

@9X9DJLGWomen’s Equality from Oregon answered…2wks

@9X6KF7GDemocrat from Kansas answered…3wks

only if they are legally seeking US citizenship---coming here legally.

@9X5WRGKConstitution from Washington answered…3wks

@9WBVDLRConstitution from Texas answered…1mo

@9W9ZBPQWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…1mo

Yes, as prosecuting for being undocumented/black/male/female/LGBT/etc... is very discriminatory and would be against human rights.

@9W4X3SLWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…2mos

I believe it depends on how impacted the city is by illegal immigrants.

@9WMHLH6Women’s Equalityfrom Pennsylvania  answered…1mo

No! Sanctuary cities offer safe Havens for sex trafficking. The citizenship process should be made much more attainable though, and immigrants in good health should be required to work.

@9WKLSRMRepublican from Florida answered…1mo

No, not for immigrant services; yes, for things not immigrant related

@9WDRNY6Republican from Michigan answered…1mo

@9WDLL32Republican from Connecticut answered…1mo

@9WTY4KBDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…4wks

No, and cities should be financially penalized for enabling individuals to stall or avoid steps required to stay in the country. Incentivize becoming a citizen and promote acceptance of all willing to follow the law.

@9MFT8M9Democrat from California answered…12mos

@9M8KJGPDemocrat from Tennessee answered…12mos

Federal funding should be the same for sanctuary cities and non sanctuary cities. They should not get any EXTRA for being a sanctuary city.

@9MB8FMSIndependence from Washington answered…12mos

@9M6B6MJAmerican Solidarity from South Carolina answered…12mos

No, the government should not help those who do not help it, but the cities shouldn't be banned.

@9M2N7GDDemocrat from Florida answered…12mos

Yes, as long as taxes are being collected from those sanctuary cities

@9LX4BNHWomen’s Equality from Louisiana answered…12mos

Yes, unless the city/cities become a danger to other cities, states, and/or the United States.

@9LN9PMVTranshumanist from New Mexico answered…12mos

@9LKQHZ7Transhumanist from Kansas answered…12mos

No, but only because our whole country should adopt this idea to a degree and treat people living and working here as equals.

@9LHJDC3Women’s Equality from Arizona answered…12mos

@9LD92ZXPeace and Freedom from Massachusetts answered…12mos

Of course they should this cities our helping people from other countries that need the safety of a home.

@9L9NZ9RDemocrat from New Jersey answered…12mos

@9L957M9Veteran from Massachusetts answered…12mos

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…12mos

@9KQJDNPDemocrat from Mississippi answered…12mos

no, if the local government wants to fund them then they can but not the federal.

@9KN6X3LLibertarian from Indiana answered…12mos

@9KMX5RBGreen from California answered…12mos

Sanctuary cities are likely illegal, and should only be entertained at the demand of the population at large.

@9KDRLPDRepublican from Missouri answered…12mos

Sanctuary cities are unlawful it is the primary responsibility of the federal government to protect a border and administrate immigration policy if a state or local government interferes in this they are guilty of a felony they look at officials should be formally charged with felony obstruction of justice and judges should be disbarred

@9KBXVPYDemocrat from Florida answered…12mos

Yes, but the individual should be actively paying taxes, working towards gaining residency/citizenship, and be able to communicate in English.

@9KBTNWXWomen’s Equality from Oklahoma answered…12mos

I am on the fence about this topic and I have yet to hear a compelling argument on this topic from either side.

@9K9L2Z7Socialist from Washington answered…12mos

Sanctuary cities should not be penalized for upholding human rights.

@9K74RBGDemocrat from Florida answered…1yr

Only if the sanctuary cities are used as living areas for illegal immigrants in the middle of the citizenship process

@9H8S8WBWomen’s Equality from Louisiana answered…1yr

@9JXLQCCDemocrat from Florida answered…1yr

@9JPCQYCAmerican Solidarity from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but churches should be leading the way in assisting immigrants

@Joseph-RichiusoLibertarianfrom Texas  answered…1yr

No cities should receive federal funding, except maybe the capital.

@9JM6NNBIndependent from Hawaii answered…1yr

the states decide if it a sanctuary city so the state level should be paying for it. not federal


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