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Understanding 'Sanctuary Cities'

@article{Lasch2017UnderstandingC,
  title={Understanding 'Sanctuary Cities'},
  author={Christopher N. Lasch and R. Linus Chan and Ingrid V. Eagly and Dina Francesca Haynes and Annie Lai and Elizabeth McCormick and Juliet P. Stumpf},
  journal={Boston College Law Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={59},
  pages={1703}
}
Author(s): Lasch, Christopher N; Chan, Linus; Eagly, Ingrid V; Haynes, Dina Francesca; Lai, Annie; McCormick, Elizabeth; Stumpf, Juliet P 
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