COUNTY: WE’LL CONTINUE TO WORK WITH ICE PROGRAM

Cape May County is defending its decision to continue to work with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, better known as ICE.  The County issued a press release; in it, Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton says Cape May County does not want to be a sanctuary county, and four individuals have been deported since the agreement with ICE dating back to October, 2017.

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