Chicago to sue Justice Department over sanctuary city policy

Chicago will file a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Justice Department over its plan to withhold grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities" for immigrants, the city's mayor said.
0:45 | 08/07/17

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Transcript for Chicago to sue Justice Department over sanctuary city policy
Today the city of Chicago is set to sue the Department of Justice over the agency Sanctuary City policies. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says dear days plan to withhold federal crime fighting money for those cities amounts to blackmail. Conditions to receive the funds include allowing immigration agents access to local jails. Manuel says. He won't let that happen Chicago will not let our police officers. Become political pawns. In a debate Chicago will not let our residents. Have the fundamental rights. Isolated and violated. And Chicago will never relinquish. Our status. As a welcoming city. Chicago received more than three million dollars in federal grant money last year Emanuel calls it Justice Department's policy misguided.

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