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Ten governors representing their states, including three Republicans, have officially asked President Trump's administration to resettle more refugees in their communities in 2020.
For Fiscal Year 2020, President Donald Trump will continue cutting refugee admissions by reducing former President Barack Obama's refugee inflow by at least 80%. This reduction would mean a maximum of 18,000 refugees can be resettled in the U.S. between Oct. 1, 2019, and Sept. 30, 2020. This is merely a numerical limit and not a goal federal officials are supposed to reach.
Coupled with the refugee reduction, Trump signed an executive order that gives localities, counties and states veto power over whether they want to resettle refugees in their communities.
Thus far, the Democrat governors of Kansas, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington have approved more refugee resettlement in their local communities. An additional three GOP governors, Doug Ducey of Arizona, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, and Gary Herbert of Utah have approved refugee resettlement in their states as well.
Localities and states have until about January 2020 to request that the Trump administration resettle refugees in their communities for Fiscal Year 2020, which started Oct. 1.
Aside from the 10 states approving, 10 localities have also given official consent to the federal government to resettle more refugees in their towns and cities, including:
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