Will Colorado step in to provide coronavirus aid to immigrants in U.S. illegally?

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Will Colorado step in to provide coronavirus aid to immigrants in U.S. illegally?

Democratic lawmakers want to offer assistance regardless of citizenship
Moe Clark/The Colorado Sun

Alaina Silva poses for a portrait with her husband. The couple and their two kids were not included in the federal stimulus funds that were allocated in response to the coronavirus crisis because Silva’s husband is living in the U.S. illegally.
Moe Clark/The Colorado SunAlaina Silva and her husband pose for a portrait with their one-year-old son in their living room in Westminster.

Will Colorado step in to provide coronavirus aid to immigrants in U.S. illegally?

Moe Clark/The Colorado Sun

Alaina Silva poses for a portrait with her husband. The couple and their two kids were not included in the federal stimulus funds that were allocated in response to the coronavirus crisis because Silva’s husband is living in the U.S. illegally.
Moe Clark/The Colorado SunAlaina Silva and her husband pose for a portrait with their one-year-old son in their living room in Westminster.
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