Virginia County's Immigration Crackdown Stalls

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Officials in Prince William County passed a controversial resolution earlier this year to crack down on illegal immigrants. But county officials have delayed the plan — which aims to deny civil services to illegal immigrants and increase police checks — because of a lack of funding. Prince William County Executive Craig Gerhart explains the latest developments.

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