Illinois Senate: Say No To Illinois Guardsmen On Mexican Border

The Illinois Senate is officially on the record opposing the use of Illinois National Guard troops to patrol the nation’s southern border. The Senate yesterday narrowly approved a resolution urging Governor Rauner not to comply with a request from President Trump to send troops to the border with Mexico. There hasn’t been a request, but the governor said earlier this week that he’d send troops if the president asked for some.



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