Jails Declined 18,000 ICE Requests In Two Years To Hold Inmates

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More than 18,000 times over the past two years, local jails across the U.S. failed to hand over deportable immigrants to federal authorities, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement records obtained by the Texas Tribune. The largest number of what the agency calls “declined detainers” was in California — more than 11,000. Only 146
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