Government Shutdown Over Border Security Has N.H. ICE Contractor Going Unpaid
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Tougher border security is at the heart of the debate that’s led to a government shutdown, now more than three weeks old. But some immigration-related federal contracts in New Hampshire are going unpaid.
Raymond Bower is administrator for Strafford County. The Department of Corrections there has an ongoing contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to board immigration detainees in Dover.