Skip to comments.Travis Co. could lose $2M if federal immigration hold policy changes (Austin, TX)
Posted on 01/18/2017 8:05:18 AM PST by bgill
Travis County could lose close to $2 million in state and federal funding due to a proposed policy change.
Budget Director Travis Gatlin sent out a memo warning of a possible loss of grant money if the county doesn't fully cooperate with federal immigration holds.
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Hey, Travis Co. idiots, you’ll be saving money you’re spending on all the illegal alien criminals in your jails. Now if we could get the thousands of Mexico’s children out of our Texas public schools, we’d be talking real money saved.
Wait until it hits San Fran, L.A., Boston, Seattle and other big cities!! I wonder how long the sheep will allow their taxes to go up and up to protect lawbreakers.
The "sheep" will never make the connection.
Ah yes, then there is Austin...that capitol city of my beloved state...so full of academic morons and mindless twenty-somethings. You are followers who will never produce a genuine leader. You are insignificant underachievers who will always yearn for what they have not earned... Austin you are a shameful example of what higher education can make of a once shining city and your very name is hateful to me. May you be brought low for your “weirdness”. Your liberal nonsense has gotten way out of hand.
They’ll have a change of heart when it starts costing them their money. Other people’s money is fine to waste, but when it’s their money they will change their tune.
Austin - the San Francisco of Texas, AKA Hanoi in the Hill Country
Here's a thought: Don't become addicted to "grant money" and you can't be threatened with the loss thereof.
It's wrong, and I will continue to vote to abolish it in any way possible....let the cattle drive begin heading southward!
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