Washington Committee Going on Mississippi Fieldtrip

WASHINGTON, DC (Ben Caxton) — The House Committee on Homeland Security, chaired by Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson, will hold a public field hearing in Mississippi next month on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement workplace raids that took place in August. The raids were the largest single-state immigration enforcement operation in the United States, but ICE failed to account for the impact on children. Thompson said the field hearing will give committee members an opportunity to learn how the Trump Administration, and ICE specifically, has impacted communities across Mississippi. The hearing will be held at Tougaloo College on November 7th.


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