CA Governor Talks State Assistance For Asylum Seekers On Mexico Border


California's new governor is talking immigration. Governor Gavin Newsom went to San Diego on Thursday to discuss his proposal to spend millions of dollars for a so-called immigration rapid response program. The idea is to get services to asylum seekers.

Newsom calls the situation at the border a humanitarian crisis, but in 2008 when he was Mayor of San Francisco, he reportedly implemented a policy that illegal immigrants arrested for felonies be turned over to federal immigration authorities.


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