CNN: Mayors Back Obama Immigration Action

CNN reports that a group of mayors leading some of the country’s largest cities have formed a coalition to help carry out President Obama’s executive action on immigration. Called Cities United for Immigration Action, the group of 25 mayors will meet in New York City on Dec. 8 to lay out a plan that will work together with the new rules.

“The president’s action on immigration will strengthen our cities. It will keep families together, grow our economies and foster additional community trust in law enforcement and government,” the coalition said in a statement out Monday. “We are ready — and together we’re rolling up our sleeves to turn this policy into a better reality for millions of hardworking people in the communities we serve.”

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