Enrique Sandoval, owner of Cheverria’s in Jerome, speaks to the crowd after a county commissioners meeting concerning a possible contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Monday afternoon in Jerome. Several hundred protesters showed up with signs and marched to the courthouse for the meeting.
Enrique Sandoval, owner of Cheverria’s in Jerome, speaks to the crowd after a county commissioners meeting concerning a possible contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Monday afternoon in Jerome. Several hundred protesters showed up with signs and marched to the courthouse for the meeting. Drew Nash Twin Falls Times-News
Enrique Sandoval, owner of Cheverria’s in Jerome, speaks to the crowd after a county commissioners meeting concerning a possible contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Monday afternoon in Jerome. Several hundred protesters showed up with signs and marched to the courthouse for the meeting. Drew Nash Twin Falls Times-News

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