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Activists kick-off a campaign with Oregonians United Against Profiling, which includes the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, to oppose Ballot Measure 105 in the November General Election that would repeal Oregon’s sanctuary law, passed 31 years ago because of racial profiling.

Activists kick-off a campaign with Oregonians United Against Profiling, which includes the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, to oppose Ballot Measure 105 in the November General Election that would repeal Oregon’s sanctuary law, passed 31 years ago because of racial profiling.

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Tracking the Hate behind Measure 105

Ballot to kill sanctuary law draws a fight

Measure 105 (Initiative Proposition 22) seeks to roll back anti-racial profiling reforms in Oregon and is sponsored by the Repeal Oregon Sanctuary Law, which is funded by Oregonians for Immigration Reform and the Federation for American Reform--both groups are classified as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.