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Sacramento's sheriff asked Trump's immigration chief for help fighting California's 'sanctuary state' bill

Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones asked President Trump's immigration chief for help fighting California's so-called “sanctuary state” bill weeks before the two hosted a town hall meeting in March on immigration enforcement that drew hundreds of people and erupted in protests. In a March 13 email...
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