On February 8th, The Daily Californian reported on The Alameda County Board of Supervisors allocating $1.5 million to provide support for immigrants and refugees. The county is providing $750,000, which the San Francisco Foundation will match dollar-for-dollar to make up the $1.5 million total. The funds will predominantly be used for immigrant and refugee related legal assistance, according to board President Wilma Chan.
Alameda County Approves $1.5 Million Allocation for Immigrants, Refugees
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