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10/26/2010

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P. Vankman

PolitiFact is crap. The Congressional Research Service called Houston a sanctuary city. The Houston Chronicle called Houston a sanctuary city. The policy of the city was that of a sanctuary city- officers shall not inquire as to the immigration status of those they interact with in the field. I think the Houston Police Department knows more than the pinheads at the Austin American Statesman about whether Houston is a sanctuary city.

Susan I. Nelson

Thanks for your comment. See the Texas Tribune interview with Gov. Perry in which they discuss the DPS policy of not enforcing federal immigration laws:
http://www.texastribune.org/texas-politics/2010-texas-governors-race/gov-rick-perry-on-abstinence-sanctuary-cities/

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