PUSHBACK: Local AZ Residents and AG Oppose ICE Accommodating Migrants

PUSHBACK: Local AZ Residents and AG Oppose ICE Accommodating Migrants


On June 4th, Attorney General of Arizona Mark Brnovich wrote a letter to the DHS and ICE imploring them to reverse course on an effort to convert a hotel to a holding facility that will be used to house border crossers in light of a surge of migrants from south of the border. The hotel is located in the city of Scottsdale and has a contract with ICE to the tune of $86.9 million and will be used to house up to 1,200 migrants if need be.

While hotels used for this purpose have been traditionally located as close to the southern border as possible, Scottsdale is located in the Greater Phoenix area in the now-infamous Maricopa county which does not border Mexico.

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While Sen. Sinema, Arizona’s Democrat Senator, was informed of DHS’s intention, AG Brnovich and the residents of Arizona were not given official notice of this move, having to receive news of it through the newspaper. Indeed,

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