Orange County to join fight against California sanctuary law
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — California and its Democrat-controlled Legislature have courted a reputation for leading resistance against the Trump administration's immigration crackdown.
But at the local level, there's a brewing backlash.
On Tuesday, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted to condemn the state's sanctuary law and to join a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit that contends it's unconstitutional.
The law, Senate Bill 54, limits police cooperation with federal immigration authorities. It's a capstone of the effort by Gov. Jerry Brown and legislators who, along with the mayors of... read more
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