Are States allowed to deport undesirables to other States inside the United States or not?

Update:

Like, could Illinois deport South Chicago to Hawaii?

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  • Jay
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    8 years ago
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    Generally, the United States allows free travel between states. There are very few restrictions.

    So, deportation would not typically be done. More likely, if someone is wanted for a crime in a state, they make it clear that coming BACK to the state would mean arrest for the crime.

    But, banning someone from a state doesn't happen. If someone is that awful, they'd be in jail. If no crime was committed (they are just "undesirable"), then it would be illegal (unconstitutional) to do anything really.

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  • 8 years ago

    NO

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