Defying Trump, California lawmakers vote to become 'sanctuary state'
Saturday, 16 September 2017 (Reuters) - California lawmakers voted on Saturday to make the most populous U.S. state a so-called sanctuary by banning police from asking for the immigration status of people who have been arrested and limiting their cooperation with immigration officers.
Tensions between the state of California and the federal government over “sanctuary laws” are already tense — but now even cities are joining the fray, and starting to.. Source: Rumble -
The Los Alamitos City Council voted to opt out of California's sanctuary law that limits cooperation between local police and federal immigration agents. Before the vote, dozens of people lined up in.. Source: CBSN -
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