The Thurston County Commissioners, as seen on April 18, 2017, voted to repeal an ordinance that was similar to a sanctuary community effort approved in December. The commission replaced it with an ordinance that states the county is a welcoming community “to not only immigrants, but to all residents regardless of their heritage and background.”
The Thurston County Commissioners, as seen on April 18, 2017, voted to repeal an ordinance that was similar to a sanctuary community effort approved in December. The commission replaced it with an ordinance that states the county is a welcoming community “to not only immigrants, but to all residents regardless of their heritage and background.” Lisa Pemberton Staff writer
The Thurston County Commissioners, as seen on April 18, 2017, voted to repeal an ordinance that was similar to a sanctuary community effort approved in December. The commission replaced it with an ordinance that states the county is a welcoming community “to not only immigrants, but to all residents regardless of their heritage and background.” Lisa Pemberton Staff writer

Thurston County Commissioners replace ‘welcoming community’ ordinance

April 18, 2017 04:57 PM

UPDATED April 20, 2017 12:14 PM

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