An immigration showdown is brewing on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, where simmering tensions and borderline hostility have fueled a turf war between the local community and the Border Patrol agents assigned to protect it.
Now the American Civil Liberties Union has jumped into the ring and upped the ante, rolling out a campaign that will install signs inside buses informing riders of their rights - to ignore Border Patrol agents.
The signs, entitled, "YOUR RIGHTS with border patrol agents on this bus," makes three points:
- If you're a U.S. citizen, you don't have to prove it.
- If you're not a U.S. citizen and are 18 or older, you must show your immigration papers to federal agents.
- Everyone has the right to remain silent.
The campaign, which could start as early as next week, is the latest in a series of expanding grassroots efforts aimed at curbing the expansion of Bo
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