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Immigrant Groups Urge Governor Rauner To Sign TRUST Act

Chicago immigrant rights groups are rallying tonight to urge governor Bruce Rauner to sign the TRUST Act. The bill would limit police involvement with immigration agencies. WBEZ’s Kristen Torres reports.

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Chicago immigrant rights groups are rallying tonight to urge governor Bruce Rauner to sign the TRUST Act. The bill would limit police involvement with immigration agencies.

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