Lawmakers to move quickly on bill to bar ICE contracts in NJ?

Bill is expected to go to the full Senate before the end of the month

Lawmakers in New Jersey are looking to ban new immigration detention centers from operating in the state. A bill moving ahead in the Legislature would prevent state, county and local governments as well as private correctional facilities from signing new contracts with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE).

WATCH: Advocates await action to end immigrant detentions in NJ

MORE: As number of detainees drops, NJ moves to bar ICE contracts

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