The president is declaring war on California over its so-called “sanctuary” laws, and he may soon find a prominent ally — the county of San Diego. The five Republican supervisors may join his bid to sue the state over three recently passed laws.
Three? Yes, as our reporter Maya Srikrishnan explains in a new VOSD story, the Trump and the Department of Justice is targeting more than the bill that restricts how local law enforcement cooperate with federal immigration enforcement.
Another targeted law “sets a protocol that private and public employers should follow when federal officials give them notice of an audit or worksite inspection, during which they verify employees are allowed to be working in the United States.”
And a third law under fire allows the state to monitor both federal and private immigration facilities in California. The federal lawsuit supported by the president claims the state “isn’t placing such…
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