Washington May Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates Washington State governor Christine Gregoire wants to deport illegal immigrants currently serving time in state prisons, convicted of drug or property crimes. She says it would save the state more than $9 million over the next two years.
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Washington May Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates

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Washington May Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates

Washington May Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates

Washington May Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates

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The governor of Washington State wants to deport many illegal immigrants currently serving time in state prisons. The move would apply to those convicted on drug or property crimes. Democrat Christine Gregoire says it would save the state more than $9 million over the next two years.