A controversial vote is scheduled in Hudson County on Nov. 24. At issue? Whether the county will renew its contract to put Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees in Hudson County jail. Advocates are furious, saying county leaders gave their word they would end the contract. But in a time when local governments are losing money, freeholders say working with ICE gives a much-needed financial boost. Senior Correspondent David Cruz has the story.
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