No on Measure 105
The Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (IMIrJ) invites clergy and faith communities to speak up in opposition to Ballot Measure 105. Measure 105 would repeal Oregon's 30-year-old sanctuary law, which ensures that local law enforcement resources are not used to pursue and detain people suspected only of violating federal
immigration law.

We have prepared this simple statement expressing our opposition to Measure 105:

"Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice urges a NO vote on Measure 105. As religious leaders and people of faith, we are called to walk to together, to welcome newcomers to our communities, and to treat each other as neighbors and family. Immigrants in Oregon are part of our families, communities, workplaces and places of worship. We urge all people of faith to reject profiling and preserve our state as a sanctuary. As people of conscience, we urge you to Vote NO on Measure 105."

If you (as an individual member of the clergy) or your congregation is willing to sign on to this statement, please fill in the appropriate section below. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to:

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