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@billyjackflash25American Solidarity from Illinois answered…5 days

The federal government should reduce taxes and funding across the board.

@Dona5161Veteran from Colorado answered…2wks

No & ban the sanctuary cities plus hold the cities accountable when they fail to uphold the law

@B4FKY5XPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…2wks

Yes, but sanctuary cities should be a state issue, not federal.

@B42WDGKReform from Florida answered…1mo

@9ZT56VGWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…5mos

@9ZSNJRPWorking Family from Ohio answered…5mos

Yes but to an extent, we should not be giving all of our money to them.

@9ZSM3VGWomen’s Equality from New York answered…5mos

@9ZSJT3BTranshumanist from Texas answered…5mos

Yes, but with the goal of either gaining their citizenship if they are going to live here, or they will have to return to their country after a designated amount of time.

@9ZPBDRFIndependent from Massachusetts answered…5mos

Yes but only if their government swears to start private education programs to make pathways for citizenship and not supplement jobless criminals

@9ZHT8XJVeteran from New Mexico answered…5mos

No, and sanctuary cities should be be held responsible for any act of terrorism or violence perpetuated by an enemy of the State under the express autonomy granted by sanctuary status

@9ZD77L3Women’s Equality from Georgia answered…6mos

No, I don't think we need to fund something like this monetarily. I think we should just check what they are doing in the country and if it is beneficial then give them citizenship. If they are doing something harmful they should be deported. I don't think people should give up on the people doing illegal things though I think they should still be rehabilitated.

@9ZD33FMVeteran from Georgia answered…6mos

No. If they're going to exist, they should be privately funded.

@9Z8N2RTIndependent from Virginia answered…6mos

Yes, and immigration enforcement should end deportation of illegal immigrants that haven't committed crimes.

@9YYG53RWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…7mos

I think it depends on what the cities would use the funding for.

@Christian-WrightDemocrat from Tennessee answered…7mos

Not for being a sanctuary city but they should continue receiving funding for things that are already receiving it for.

@9YQFLDWPeace and Freedom from Idaho answered…7mos

Yes, undocumented individuals have a rough time getting in legally

@9YDYZ8PVeteran from Missouri answered…8mos

if it is a government issue then yes it need government funding but truthfully i knjow veyr little about sanctuary cities

@9YDJL44Republican from Ohio answered…8mos

No, and all proclaimed sanctuary cities should have all funding cut off

@9YD4XM5Working Family from Washington answered…8mos

No, there should be no difference between sanctuary cities and other cities

@9Y964F5Libertarian from New Mexico answered…8mos

There shouldn’t be any federal funding at all for any city

@9Y78753Libertarian from Texas answered…8mos

They should be somewhat funded but they should not be a priority in the budget of the government.

@9XWTNVJLibertarian from South Carolina answered…8mos

As long as the states can all decide what and how they want to be able to work with the government. Cities can’t always just pick and choose when they should receive undoing for their programs.

@9XWTBFRConstitution from Washington answered…8mos

Yes, As long as they listen to any federal action after it.

@9XVSSSDRepublican from Michigan answered…8mos

@9XKMGNVWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…9mos

No because I don't feel federal funding should be put toward illegal activities. Rather than use it towards something that is more necessary

@9XHBHPYWorking Family from Texas answered…9mos

Yes, undocumented immigrants make up a large portion of the workforce. There are jobs, that nobody else wants to do, and it helps to fuel economy

@9X9DJLGWomen’s Equality from Oregon answered…9mos

@9X6KF7GDemocrat from Kansas answered…9mos

only if they are legally seeking US citizenship---coming here legally.

@9X5WRGKConstitution from Washington answered…9mos

@9WTY4KBDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…9mos

No, and cities should be financially penalized for enabling individuals to stall or avoid steps required to stay in the country. Incentivize becoming a citizen and promote acceptance of all willing to follow the law.

@9WMHLH6Women’s Equalityfrom Pennsylvania  answered…10mos

No! Sanctuary cities offer safe Havens for sex trafficking. The citizenship process should be made much more attainable though, and immigrants in good health should be required to work.

@9WKLSRMRepublican from Florida answered…10mos

No, not for immigrant services; yes, for things not immigrant related

@9WDRNY6Republican from Michigan answered…10mos

@9WDLL32Republican from Connecticut answered…10mos

@9WBVDLRConstitution from Texas answered…10mos

@9W9ZBPQWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…10mos

Yes, as prosecuting for being undocumented/black/male/female/LGBT/etc... is very discriminatory and would be against human rights.

@9W4X3SLWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…10mos

I believe it depends on how impacted the city is by illegal immigrants.


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