In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, the governors of more than two dozen states declared Monday that they'd prefer if their states stopped accepting Syrian refugees. Despite the fact that governors don't actually have the power to block particular refugee groups, the widespread political posturing has motivated some governors and state officials to respond to the not-so-veiled xenophobia of their colleagues.
I see the other lesson. The terror in Paris redoubles my resolve to offer STL as a better home for Syrian refugees. #fgs— MayorSlay.com (@MayorSlay) November 14, 2015
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