In this Feb. 1, 2017 photo, immigrant rights advocates protest President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration in Chicago. State legislators are attempting to boost immigrant protections in response to President Donald Trump's forceful orders on immigration, a move advocates say would essentially make Illinois a “sanctuary” state. One proposal says schools, medical facilities and places of worship don't have to give access to federal immigration authorities or local law enforcement working on their behalf.
In this Feb. 1, 2017 photo, immigrant rights advocates protest President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration in Chicago. State legislators are attempting to boost immigrant protections in response to President Donald Trump's forceful orders on immigration, a move advocates say would essentially make Illinois a “sanctuary” state. One proposal says schools, medical facilities and places of worship don't have to give access to federal immigration authorities or local law enforcement working on their behalf. Sophia Tareen AP
In this Feb. 1, 2017 photo, immigrant rights advocates protest President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration in Chicago. State legislators are attempting to boost immigrant protections in response to President Donald Trump's forceful orders on immigration, a move advocates say would essentially make Illinois a “sanctuary” state. One proposal says schools, medical facilities and places of worship don't have to give access to federal immigration authorities or local law enforcement working on their behalf. Sophia Tareen AP

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