Here's where Southern California Assembly members stand on 'sanctuary state' bill

A monthly bill that would further restrict interactions in between California law enforcement organizations and federal immigration brokers is acquiring a blended reception from Southern California Assembly customers, with at the very least several even now undecided.

The monthly bill, SB 54, handed the state Senate in April. It awaits action in the Assembly, which reconvened this week and will continue to be in session till mid-September.

Recognised as the California Values Act or “the sanctuary state monthly bill,” the laws seeks to mainly prohibit the use of state and regional community means to help federal Immigration brokers in deportation actions. Though the draft monthly bill is expected to be revised, it would severely curb cooperation in between federal authorities and regional and state police on immigration matters.

Authored by Mike Tigas

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