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DHS suspends New York state access to travel programs over 'sanctuary' law: Fox

Reuters Thursday, 6 February 2020
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will block New York state residents from most of its "trusted traveler" programs in response to a state law that limits cooperation with federal immigration enforcement, acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf told Fox News on Wednesday.
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The programs are meant to help travelers move through customs lines faster, but New Yorkers are no longer allowed to sign up or renew their memberships. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.

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