Teodoro Maus, President GLAHR explains, “We have received dozens of concerns from immigrant communities statewide on the amount of roadblocks placed disproportionately in immigrant communities. Many hardworking residents of Fayetteville feel under constant threat due to the proliferation of checkpoints placed throughout their daily lives. Some may attempt to justify the disruptive roadblocks as part of an effort against s or crime. But a look at the records would show that they are more effective at separating families and causing a rift with our community than anything else.” 



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