A task force on immigrant and refugee issues convened by the Tacoma City Council wants the city to spend $440,000 annually to provide legal representation to people facing deportation at the Northwest Detention Center, shown here in 2012.
A task force on immigrant and refugee issues convened by the Tacoma City Council wants the city to spend $440,000 annually to provide legal representation to people facing deportation at the Northwest Detention Center, shown here in 2012. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2012
A task force on immigrant and refugee issues convened by the Tacoma City Council wants the city to spend $440,000 annually to provide legal representation to people facing deportation at the Northwest Detention Center, shown here in 2012. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2012

Tacoma should spend $440,000 a year to fight deportations, task force says

August 11, 2017 11:30 AM

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