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Passaic County Administration Building on 401 Grand St., Paterson.(Photo: Pierfrancesco Baccaro)
Passaic County employees will not be allowed to seek information in most circumstances from anyone seeking county government services about their citizenship or their immigration status, according to a policy adopted by the freeholder board.
The “Fair and Welcoming County” policy was adopted unanimously by the board on Tuesday night and takes effect on Oct. 1. The directive prohibits county employees and agencies
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