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“I think everyone wants to sue the government,” he said. “There are so many things you can do with it. It would allow for people who need legal help to get that help but they wouldn’t have to resort to asking strangers on the internet or posting flyers in their neighborhood.”

One person who posted his comment online because he couldn’t afford a lawyer was Kevin Callahan of Denver, Colo., whose father has been deported four times since 2009 and is currently at risk of being sent back again after receiving an automatic stay of removal by an immigration judge earlier this year. Callahan said even though his dad is no longer subject to deportation proceedings under President Obama’s program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), “the possibility remains that my dad could be targeted by ICE agents during any future raids.” He added: “The idea behind Know Your Rights Colorado is great in theory, but what happens if someone I know needs a lawyer urgently? What then?”

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