Mar 07, 2018

Justice Department sues California over sanctuary laws - SFGate

After struggling in court for the last year to strip federal funds from California and sanctuary cities like San Francisco for refusing to aid federal immigration agents, the Trump administration filed suit Tuesday accusing the state of unconstitutionally interfering with immigration enforcement. Three state laws enacted in 2017 "reflect a deliberate effort by California to...

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