“Illegal Alien Sanctuary” Asks Feds for Billions in Funding


The State of California has a backlog of $136 billion in needed highway and transportation repairs and has asked the federal government for help.

The Los Angeles Times reports that California officials submitted a $100 billion “wish list” of infrastructure projects that it hopes will be included in President Trump’s proposed $1 trillion plan to rebuild the nation’s roads and bridges.

Nancy McFadden, Gov. Brown’s executive secretary, wrote in a letter: “These projects will benefit businesses up and down the state and put thousands to work — many in communities with the highest rates of unemployment.”

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Democrats in California have fought continuously with President Trump over his stance on immigration, even going so far as to propose that California become a “sanctuary state.”

However, when Trump announced his plan to put $1 trillion toward improving roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, airports and railways all across the nation, Gov. Brown responded, “Amen to that, man. Amen to that. We’re there with you!”

H/T: Los Angeles Times

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