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Texas governor vows to cut funding to "sanctuary" campuses: Is this an example of executive overreach?

  • Yes, the governor of Texas threatening to cut funding to "sanctuary" campuses is an example of executive overreach.

    Yes, the governor of Texas threatening to cut funding to "sanctuary" campuses is an example of executive overreach. Regardless of the governor's opinion on undocumented immigrants, each university should have the ability to make its own rules and regulations regarding how their immigrant students are treated and whether they will be protected.

  • Yes, it is.

    College Campuses are places that people can learn and grow. This also means learning about themselves, who they are, and how they fit in the world. The Governor of Texas is greatly overreacting and overreaching and he needs to leave the funding alone. He should not be allowed to do this.

  • Yes, Texas governor's vows to cut funding to "sanctuary" campuses is an example of executive overreach

    Yes, Texas governor's vows to cut funding to "sanctuary" campuses is an example of executive overreach. The funding is designated by the legislature based on the requirements that have established. It would be wrong and an overreach for the governor to step in and change the funding guidelines based on his own personal promises. If he wants to change the campus policies, he needs to find another way.

  • Yes, this is an example of executive overreach.

    Yes, this is an example of executive overreach because the governor is not listening to the people's wishes. He simply wants his views imposed on everyone. It is sad to see the way power affects many of the US politicians. They will stop at nothing to get their way in this country.

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