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By Jason Peña on July 9, 2019

Recently, El Nuevo Herald reported on opposition to Florida Senate Bill 168 (SB 168) from Mexico’s Consul General in Miami Jonathan Chait Auerbach. The new law expressly prohibits sanctuary cities in the state of Florida. SB 168 was signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis on June 14 and became effective as of July 1.

Consul General Auerbach’s voiced his concern about SB 168 as it pertains to immigrants of Mexican origin residing in Florida, "In that sense for us it is very important to attend them and have them located. For this we have mobile consulates, we move to the places where we have the highest concentration of population of Mexican origin. The idea is to bring all the services that are given in the consulate. Many are afraid to travel by this law." A function of the Miami Mexican Consulate is to render legal advice for immigrants, regardless of legal status.
“A society does not ever die ‘from natural causes’, but always dies from suicide or murder – and nearly always from the former….”
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