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People Raise Thousands Of Dollars For Man Who Said No To ICE

WASHINGTON ? Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts made headlines last Wednesday when he tweeted that he’d quit his government job rather than process paperwork that could lead to the arrest and deportation of undocumented immigrants.
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