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University of California digs in to fight Trump on illegal immigrant protections

FOXNews.com Thursday, 1 December 2016
Former Obama administration official Janet Napolitano, now head of California’s public university system, is digging in for a fight with President-elect Donald Trump over illegal immigration.
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Following the election of Donald Trump, some universities and colleges are exploring the idea of labeling themselves as "sanctuary campuses" for immigrants. New Mexico, a state with the highest percentage of Latino residents, is "looking into proposals that would grant immigrant students living in...

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