May (NCFL) Public Forum Brief
Resolved: Municipalities in the United States ought to be able to declare themselves "sanctuary cities"
Our May (NCFL) Public Forum Brief is 257 pages long and includes in-depth Topic Analyses by Jakob Urda, Michael Norton, and Zachary Ginsberg, 180+ cards, General Information about the topic, Framework suggestions, and more!
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