Idaho Community Leaders Work To Mitigate Fear After White House Push To Change Immigration Rule

By Rachel Cohen

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Madison Allen, who works for the Center for Law and Social Policy, a non-partisan nonprofit, said one way communities can mitigate the effects of public charge is to make people better informed about what will and won’t affect them.

“One of the most important things groups can be doing is making sure that trusted messengers have correct, up to date information,” Allen said.

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