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Poor immigrants facing deportation in New Jersey could get access to legal aid under a $2.1 million cash infusion in Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy's proposed budget.
Murphy's proposed spending, which comes as President Donald Trump oversees a crackdown on immigration, has progressive groups and advocates for legal aid applauding while Republicans question the affordability of higher expenditures.

If approved, New Jersey could join other Democrat-led states like New York and California that have focused on providing legal help to poorer immigrants. New York last year announced a public-private partnership aimed at helping immigrants. California pledged $30 million, mostly in legal help, for young immigrants.
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