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Yakima City Council will discuss ICE-chartered flights at July 16 council meeting – July 2, 2019

Yakima City Council discussion about having a discussion on July 16 about ICE Flights – Start at  approx 57:33 and watch through 1:07:54

In Yakima, ICE Air flights bring money, fear and division: The flights were banned from Seattle’s Boeing Field by county government. Could the same happen in Central Washington? – CrossCut – May 22, 2019

Community speaks out against ICE-chartered flights in Yakima – Yakima Herald – May 22, 2019

People want ICE flights out of Yakima to stop  – KNDU – May 22, 2019

ICE Flights continue – KEPR News – May 21, 2019

ICE flights continue in Yakima with more people picked up Tuesday – Yakima Herald – May 14, 2019

Yakima now a regular stop for ICE flights –  Yakima Herald – May 10, 2019

ICE flight lands in Yakima to drop off, pick up undocumented immigrants – Yakima Herald – May 9, 2019

Blocked from Boeing Field in Seattle, ICE flies to Yakima instead – CrossCut – May 7, 2019

ICE flights will no longer use Boeing Field – Seattle Times – May 2, 2019

Over eight years, the government has deported about 34,000 people via Boeing Field. King County wants it stopped – Seattle Times – April 24, 2019

Protesters rally against ICE outside Yakima jail – Yakima Herald Republic – April 15, 2019

More immigrants report arrests at WA courthouses, despite outcry: All around Washington state, ICE is arresting undocumented immigrants when they show up for hearings or to pay fines. – Crosscut.com – April 9, 2019

ICE agents can no longer simply ask Yakima County Jail to put immigration holds on prisoners – Yakima Herald – February 8, 2019

Yakima jail will stop holding inmates for ICE – CrossCut – February 7, 2019

ICE Detention puts lives on hold – Yakima Herald – December 6, 2018

Editorial: Valley’s legal immigrants will be hurt by ‘public charge’ changes – Yakima Herald – November 24, 2018