Following the attack on Paris on Friday, that left a death toll of 129 and 352 people injured, a slew of governors across the nation have responded by stating they will no longer accept Syrian refugees in their states.
These states include:
North Carolina

Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker took to social media today with his stance.

The Paris attacks are a wake up call as to the real threat from ISIS and the need for real border security.

Posted by Scott Walker on Monday, November 16, 2015

As did Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal

I just signed an Executive Order instructing state agencies to take all available steps to stop the relocation of Syrian...

Posted by Bobby Jindal on Monday, November 16, 2015

With raised security concerns pertaining to ISIS, the recent attack in Paris, France as well as an attack list of cities in the United States, in my opinion is somewhat understandable. The security and safety should be of the utmost importance in the eyes of our nation’s leaders in a time where uncertainty and the possibility of an attack lurking in the shadows.

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According to an article on the Coloradoan, Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper has said that “We will work with the federal government and Homeland Security to ensure the national verification processes for refugees are as stringent as possible. We can protect our security and provide a place where the world’s most vulnerable can rebuild their lives.”

What are your thoughts on this situation? Should Colorado continue to accept Syrian refugees in a time like this or should our state and the rest of the United States follow suit and suspend accepting refugees for the time being?

Source: Coloradoan