Speaking of immigrants’ rights

The City’s Immigration Rights Commissions will hold a meeting Monday to vote on whether to “create a fact sheet on immigrants in response to increased anti-immigrant legislation.”

With all the political wrangling at home and elsewhere around immigration, a fact sheet may be just what’s needed to bring some clarity to the controversial matter, given that San Francisco remains a Sanctuary City.

The commission meets at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, Room 416.

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