CGCC To Hold Hood River Hearing Before Making Sanctuary Decision

The Columbia Gorge Community College Board of Education decided they wanted to take testimony in Hood River before making a decision on a resolution to declare the school a “sanctuary campus.”  The board took testimony on the subject at a meeting in The Dalles this week, but felt it should offer an opportunity for more input at a meeting in the Hood River area in April.  A location for that meeting is still to be determined.  Under the resolution that has been proposed by a group of faculty and staff members, CGCC would not share the immigration records of students or assist the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Immigration & Customs Enforcement with enforcement of federal immigration laws.

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