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    Listen: NACo shares county perspective on federal immigration policy

    On November 14, Charlotte County, Fla. Commissioner Bill Truex and Nevada State Senator Mo Denis from Las Vegas spoke on a podcast hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) to discuss their interest in immigration, work on their NACo and NCSL immigration task forces and how federal immigration policies impact states and localities. During the podcast, Commissioner Truex, who chairs the NACo Immigration Reform Task Force, emphasized the importance of meaningful engagement and consultation between intergovernmental partners when it comes to developing bipartisan immigration reform legislation.

    To hear more about how states and localities are working to address the complex immigration issue, please click here.

    Commissioner Bill Truex of Charlotte County, Fla. and Nevada State Senator Mo Denis from Las Vegas spoke on a podcast hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) on the importance of the immigration issue to state and local officials
    2019-12-05
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    2019-12-05

On November 14, Charlotte County, Fla. Commissioner Bill Truex and Nevada State Senator Mo Denis from Las Vegas spoke on a podcast hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) to discuss their interest in immigration, work on their NACo and NCSL immigration task forces and how federal immigration policies impact states and localities. During the podcast, Commissioner Truex, who chairs the NACo Immigration Reform Task Force, emphasized the importance of meaningful engagement and consultation between intergovernmental partners when it comes to developing bipartisan immigration reform legislation.

To hear more about how states and localities are working to address the complex immigration issue, please click here.

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