Tom Manger, the chief of police in Montgomery County, Maryland, was among a group of local officials who met Tuesday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about Trump administration threats to yank funding from so-called sanctuary cities. A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that such threats are unconstitutional.
Tom Manger, the chief of police in Montgomery County, Maryland, was among a group of local officials who met Tuesday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about Trump administration threats to yank funding from so-called sanctuary cities. A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that such threats are unconstitutional. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP
Tom Manger, the chief of police in Montgomery County, Maryland, was among a group of local officials who met Tuesday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about Trump administration threats to yank funding from so-called sanctuary cities. A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that such threats are unconstitutional. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP

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