Coffman on TPS Injunction

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Aurora, October 4, 2018 | Daniel Bucheli (202-225-7882) | comments

Aurora, CO – Today, U.S. Representative Mike Coffman (R-CO) released the following statement following a preliminary injunction barring the unilateral end to the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) program by the Administration:

"While this decision is important, it is only temporary.  Members of Congress who want to protect TPS families will still need to work for a legislative solution that will provide a path to permanent residency.  I have a large Salvadoran community in my Congressional district that has been legally living and working here for almost two decades. They have had children and grandchildren here, bought homes, started small businesses, and they have become a part of the fabric of our community. They should not be forced to leave."


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