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Through our organizations, we work to protect our environment and we try to do the right thing. What has happened to immigrants since the election of President Trump is nothing short of appalling: xenophobia given center stage and real harm to people in our communities.
If passed by Oregon voters, it would abolish a law dating back 30 years, which has been called a model for protecting local resources from being used to supplant federal immigration enforcement.