Resolution 295-12: Reunification of Immigrant Families Divided By Deportation


In this Resolution, recorded as File Number 120805, the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco supports the California Senate Bill 1064 ("Reuniting Immigrant Families Act") and Federal House Bill 6128 ("Help Separated Families Act") of 2012 that work to keep families united and to reduce the amount of children placed in foster care as a result of immigration enforcement action. The Board of Supervisors urges State and Federal legislators to also support these bills.



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