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Today I joined 19 other states in challenging the Trump Administration’s declaration over a national “emergency.” This is an unconstitutional power grab and Vermont funds dedicated to the promotion of public safety should not be jeopardized for this manufactured crisis by the President. The only true crisis at the border is due to this President’s policy of separating children from their parents.
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