The McLean County Board rejected a proposal that opposed providing tax-supported services for certain groups of immigrants. WGLT writes: The 13-to-7 vote followed nearly two hours of public comments before a standing room-only crowd. Of the nearly 50 people who addressed the board, almost all spoke against the proposal, with many calling it anti-immigrant, racist, […]
25News reports on the McLean County Board’s decision to reject a proposal which called for the board to oppose tax-supported services for certain groups of immigrants.
WGLT’s Sound Ideas spoke to Charlotte Alvarez, Executive Director of the Immigration Project about the number of immigrants who were bused to McLean County, and what the impact on the community has been. McLean County is preparing to vote on a resolution to ban funding for bused migrants.
Normal Community High School has added The Immigration Project to their Normal Community Alumni list of recommended local businesses. We at The Immigration Project are proud of this endorsement, knowing that it speaks to the value that we bring to the community. We’re pleased to mutually support and celebrate NCHS and will continue to work together to
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