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Posted by: Barry Kolar on Jun 20, 2017

Metro Nashville council members will tonight begin debate of proposed ordinances that would prohibit the county jail from holding people on immigration violations alone and bar local law enforcement from sharing information about custody status and court dates with immigration officials, Nashville Public Radio reports. The proposals from Metro Councilman Bob Mendes are at the center of the debate on how much Davidson County should work with immigration officials.