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They argue that refugees boost the economy,S. are vetted by the government and are guaranteed a place to stay when they arriveWhen refugees arrive their nonprofit sponsors take care of them for a while — picking them up at the airport arranging for housing and medical care and providing legal help One such Twin Cities group New American Services of Catholic Charities applied to take in 167 refugees last year "We tell them what we can handle based on our capacity" said program manager Aimee BarbeauAfter 90 days the obligation of the sponsoring agencies expiresRefugees needing help after then must look elsewhere according to Jane Graupman director of the International Institute of Minnesota "We get other funding from other sources local foundations and national foundations" she saidRefugees are free to apply for taxpayer-funded government aid like any other residents Nonprofit groups often help them applyA 2017 Notre Dame study on the economic outlook of refugees said that after 20 years refugees are more likely than native-born residents to be receiving welfare and food-support payments — and they are also more likely to be employedDrawn to MinnesotaMinnesota accepted 3059 refugees from other countries in 2016 according to the Department of Human ServicesThe state doesn’t keep track of refugees who arrive in the US and then move to Minnesota but the federal government doesMinnesota accepted 4523 refugees in the two-year period ending Sept 30 2015 according to the federal Office of Refugee Settlement But at the same time a second wave arrived—3864 refugees who moved from other states to MinnesotaMinnesota’s secondary migration was larger than all other states combined Second-place Iowa had 442 refugees moving from other statesIn other words as soon as they have a choice of where to live many refugees choose Minnesota"Minnesota has been a magnet" said Bob Oehrig director of Arrive Ministries in Richfield an agency that handles refugees He said Minnesota has what refugees want — jobs good social welfare programs and plenty of people from their home countryWhen refugees concentrate in one area restaurants and stores spring up creating a welcoming atmosphere"If you are resettled in Boise with no one speaking your language and no stores with your food maybe you would seek out your own community" Oehrig saidHe said it’s like a chain reaction — refugees attract family and friends who attract more refugees "A crowd draws a crowd" he saidCalvary Church in Roseville sponsors a new family every year The refugees are eager to work at any job said the Rev Vonn Dornbush"We have people who drive to Willmar or Austin to work in meatpacking plants They stay there and work all week then come home" he said"The people we work with want a better life for their families" said Dornbush "just like my Dutch and German ancestors did"Overused welcome matBut others say that Minnesota’s welcome mat is getting trampledMinnesota is not hostile to foreigners note those raising questions about the state’s refugee policies Eight percent of the population is foreign-born according to the Minnesota Compass a website that tracks demographic dataThe $107000 resettlement cost per refugee according to University of Notre Dame economics professor William Evans includes the cost of food stamps English lessons job training and social servicesAfter eight years the average refugee is earning enough and paying enough taxes to start paying back those costs according to Evans After 20 years the expenses are reimbursed plus another $21000 according to EvansBut those initial costs are too high said Crockett of the Center of the American Experiment "They say we ought to be celebrating this" she said "Yeah but what is it costing me"The refugee resettlement program is a federal effort but the federal government "does not compensate Minnesota or the local school districts cities or counties who may find themselves coping with large concentrations of refugees" Crockett says So when many refugees end up enrolled in Medicaid or assistance programs such as those for housing or transportation or language study Minnesotans absorb the extra costs"Today voluntary agencies like Lutheran Social Services and Catholic Charities have more say on where refugees are placed than elected officials in Minnesota" Crockett adds "That’s wrong"Crockett points out that voters never get to decide whether they want to support large numbers of refugees "If you want to do charitable work write a check" Crockett said "Don’t use my tax dollars for it"In St Cloud an estimated 1900 refugees have moved in since 2002 City council member Jeff Johnson—no relation to the Jeff Johnson who’s running for governor—floated a plan in October to limit refugee settlement "We didn’t target anyone" he said "I wanted a moratorium until we could find out how much money is being spent"The proposal stated in part: "(T)he overall quality of life for St Cloud residents will continue to be adversely impaired by excessive demands on local resources if primary resettlement continues"The council rejected it but Johnson said it has started a public conversationJohnson favors Trump’s refugee cutbacks And he is not surprised that sponsoring agencies support more refugees "Of course they think it’s a good deal They get about $1000 apiece" said JohnsonThe International Institute’s Graupman confirmed that the refugees each get $950 when they arrive and the sponsoring agency gets the same amountThose federal payments accounted for 42 percent of Arrive Ministries’ budget last year according to director OehrigBut the sponsors say they are motivated by sympathy not money"It speaks to Minnesota’s compassionate heart for people who are hurting" said Calvary Church’s DornbushAt home in MinnesotaTo refugee Sivasundaram his home in Burnsville feels like paradise"I am so happy here" said Sivasundaram wearing the reflective vest from his job as a forklift operator On a recent evening he rested for a few minutes before going to his night job stocking shelves at a Target storeHis wife Manchuladevy Ravindran soon walked in home from her job as a housekeeper in a nearby motel and started cooking dinner for her three boysSome people would call it a stressful life — but not this family They compare it with the life they had beforeUntil 2006 they lived in Sri Lanka an island south of India They were part of an ethnic group called Tamils which the government often treats like terroristsSoldiers rampaged through their village in a raid slaughtered Sivasundaram’s mother and burned her house down When he complained to the government his life was threatenedThe family fled to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia where they remained for eight years "I did house cleaning plumbing cutting grass driving a taxi" recalled SivasundaramThe family remembers above all the crime"You couldn’t use a phone in the street Someone would take it" said Sivasundaram "Someone would cut off the ears of old ladies for the earrings"The boys faced a unique danger "They would have kidnapped me for the military or sold me to another country" said Kapilas his 17-year-old sonThe family made a Minnesota contact through their Jehovah’s Witnesses church As soon as they arrived neighbors knocked on their front door to welcome themThe boys had been raised as English-speakers and have assimilated rapidlyThey laugh about the quirks of their new homeland "I like Chick-Fil-A The food in Malaysia is healthier but this is tastier" said Simraj 16Apilas 13 is fascinated by boneless fish which he never encountered in Malaysia "I always ask: Is that fish or is that steak" he saidKapilas marveled at his new low-stress life "We have security and peace Here all I have to worry about is studying" he saidThey gathered for a meal at a time necessitated by their hectic schedules — 11 pmIn three years they have saved enough to buy a car then a house "There is a great future here for all of us" said the father Their success is shared by others Simraj named 10 relatives and friends who have since followed them to AmericaAt the end of the interview the father was asked whether he had anything else to sayHe is not fluent in English so when asked a question he looks pleadingly at his sons for helpKapilas translated"No" he said "Just thank you""We hold that the governor’s exercise of his line item veto authority.was constitutional" Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Gildea wrote "This conclusion however does not end the matter"The justice wrote that the court does not find it has the authority to order the Legislature funded as did a previous district court while the dispute goes on Therefore it ordered Dayton a Democrat and the Republican Legislature back into talks with a mediatorThe order which runs only six pages and does not have the legal weight of a decision temporary resolves the constitutional showdown over Dayton’s line-item veto of $130 million worth of legislative funding But the case is still ongoing — the high court did not order the case remanded back to the Ramsey Court district court that decided Dayton’s veto was unconstitutionalStill Dayton said he was pleased with the order"I am very pleased that my constitutional right to line-item veto certain appropriations for the Minnesota House and Senate.was upheld by the Minnesota Supreme Court" he said He also said he was happy to begin mediation with the Legislature blaming lawmakers for bringing the issue to court rather than the bargaining table"I remain ready and very willing to engage in those negotiations immediately I have asked my legal team to contact their legislative counterparts to begin to resolve this matter" he saidThe Minnesota Constitution in what the court called its "plain language" gives governors the power to veto lines of appropriation Dayton the court said in its Friday decision was within his constitutional right to use that power over the House and Senate budgetsBut the Supreme Court order shows the next steps are more complicatedThe constitution also requires the state to have legislative executive and judicial branches But veto plus Dayton’s and the Legislature’s lack of a political solution may put that at risk"Minnesotans may soon be deprived of their constitutional right to three independent branches of government" the court wroteSince June despite Dayton’s veto the Legislature has continued to be funded That’s because Ramsey County District Judge John Guthmann at the request of the governor and the Legislature ordered funds to keep flowing But the high court cast doubt on any court’s ability to order the state to fund any branch of government"We are unaware of any authority that allows the judicial branch to authorize spending simply because parties ask a court to do so" Gildea wrote in behalf of the courtTherefore the order demanded the party’s find a mediator to resolve their differences by next week The court further ordered both the governor and the Legislature to write memos that address "the constitutionality of the judicial branch ordering funding to the Legislature"Ramsey County courts have ordered funding for government functions before It did so in 2011 and 2005 when the government shutdown and previously when it threatened to shut down in 2001Dayton’s attorney former Supreme Court justice Sam Hanson said the system of courts ordering funding has become "the law of Ramsey County" But the high court has never put its signature on such funding and justices made clear last month they were reticent to do soGildea like one other member of the court that issued the ruling is a Republican appointee The rest were appointed by Dayton Justice David Stras another Republican member of the court recused himself in the caseThere were no dissents listed in the six-page order It should actually impact on the lives of the people positively. “The economy of the country has nosedived from what it used to be when former President Goodluck Jonathan handed over And we cannot continue to blame the past administration “Government they say is a continuum Bring in your own ideas and those things you had in mind; that you told Nigerians you would bring to their door steps That is what we are saying “For me I am a member of the PDP the great PDP and I know that if we get power back at the centre we will give Nigerians the needed democratic dividends and they will be happy about it “2018 is a very good year for APC to change and bring live back to Nigerians But in all I think they are not prepared for governance For us in the PDP that knows how to govern a country as large as Nigeria we will be back on the saddle of leadership” he stressed
the world stood still waiting for another chapter of governance and very soon, according to court documents. where her family raises registered Hereford cattle. He was badly beaten when he was discovered by police officers and hospitalised. with someone else writing: "No idea but it has creeped me out." he said. "If this isn’t fixed," said architect Craig Helenske, according to Hoeschen, INEC.
Jumoke Akinjide, Chairman of Ijaw Christian Fellowship Delta State Chapter, National Publicity Secretary Ijaw Christian Fellowship, has since been charged as the primary suspect in the arms deal fraud of about $2. ex-Minister of Finance, said the pilot of an Argentina Airlines aircraft had reported the fire while preparing for take-off. He congratulated the Muslim faithful on a successful completion of the Ramadan. Dec. which is along Interstate 29. has been arrested on Tuesday in Adamawa House of Assembly while attempting to dupe the Majority Leader.
Barguma said during the chat between his brother and the suspect, invariably find themselves marginalised, not to mention the constitutionally identified core national values.