The University of Southern California decided to bump up the budget for their ’emergency fund’ for immigrant students up to $20,000 from the previous amount of $11,000. The fund is supposed to be used to cover the travel costs and legal fees for those affected by the Trump administration’s refugee vetting executive order, often called the “travel ban” by the liberal media.
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