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California city could challenge state's sanctuary law

8 hours agoNews : The Cutline

Councilman Warren Kusumoto joins 'Your World' to discuss why believes the city of Los Alamitos, CA should opt out of the state's new sanctuary law, which limits cooperation between law enforcement and immigration authorities.

California city aims to opt out of state's 'sanctuary' law

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. (AP) — The heated battle over immigration exploded in a small Southern California city as elected officials took steps to opt out of a state law limiting cooperation between police and federal deportation agents...

Small Southern California City Fights Back Against Sanctuary State Law

On Monday, the Los Alamitos City Council voted in favor of exempting local police from obeying potentially unconstitutional state limits on federal immigration enforcement.

Los Alamitos approves ordinance to opt out of state's sanctuary law

21 hours agoNews : The Lookout

Los Alamitos approved an ordinance to opt out of the "Sanctuary State" law, which limits local police cooperation with federal immigration authorities.

In this California city built by immigrant labor, city council votes to turn over immigrants

The city council of a wealthy, small California town on Monday approved the introduction of a city ordinance to opt out of a “sanctuary” state law aimed at restricting collaboration between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities. The Los Alamitos City Council voted to move forward on an ordinance exempting the city from Senate […]

Conservative Media’s New Enemy: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf

Justin Sullivan/Getty Attorney General Jeff Sessions went to war with California this week, suing the state for allegedly violating federal laws by passing new protections curtailing federal immigration authority in the state. And during...Show More Summary

Jeff Sessions Scolds California in Immigration Speech: ‘We Have a Problem’

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

The attorney general announced a suit claiming the state’s immigrant-protection laws violated federal law, while Gov. Jerry Brown struck back in his own appearance.

Department Of Justice To Sue California Over ‘Sanctuary’ Policies

And it's going to use similar arguments to the ones the Obama administration used against an anti-unauthorized immigration law.

DOJ to sue California over ‘Sanctuary City’ laws

The Trump administration is suing the state over its immigration policies.

LOOP: Feds sue California for not complying with immigration law

CALIFORNIA VS THE FEDS  The Justice Department is suing California over its ‘sanctuary state’ policy which deliberately prevent working with federal immigration policies. “The Department of Justice and the Trump Administration are going...Show More Summary

Department Of Justice To Sue California Over ‘Sanctuary’ Policies

The Trump administration will ramp up its fight against so-called “sanctuary” policies by filing a lawsuit on Tuesday against the state of California over its laws meant to protect undocumented immigrants. The lawsuit, which Attorney...Show More Summary

A Modest Proposal: States Objecting to Illegal Immigration Should Pass Laws Demanding That Any Product Produced in "Sanctuary Jurisdiction" Be Specifically Labeled as Such for Interstate Sale

The Constitution generally forbids any kind of interference with interstate trade -- but there are exceptions. The Supreme Court found, for example, that a federal law demanding that goods made by prisoners in one state must be marked as "Prisoner-Made...

three cheers for libby schaaf – ICE has no right to pick up and deport peaceful people

Last week, news organizations reported that Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf tipped off immigrants in Oakland about an upcoming ICE raid. I approve of this action. Why? There is no moral obligation to obey unjust law. Why is immigration restriction unjust? Immigration law does not protect people from harming each other, as do laws against theft […]

Fuleen: A Chinese Restaurant Naming Mystery, Solved

Photo by Life With Lorenzo I have documented the continuous change in Chinese food in America, particularly since the 1960s when changes to American immigration laws triggered the diversification of Chinese food in America, a trend that is accelerating now. …..Continue Reading "Fuleen: A Chinese Restaurant Naming Mystery, Solved" originally published on The Menuism Dining Blog.

US Supreme Court, Rejecting Trump Petition, Lets DACA Program Continue

The Trump administration lost its bid Monday in the U.S. Supreme Court to terminate quickly an immigration program that allows hundreds of thousands of immigrant children, many now adults, to remain in the country lawfully.       

Legalised brothels, flat tax and a repeal of 400 laws: Here's what Italy's political parties are promising ahead of this week's election

Italy's general election is now less than a week away, with the result still hugely unclear. 2018's election has largely been focused on the core issue of immigration, while taxation and social reforms are also high on the agenda. Business...Show More Summary

America is no longer a 'nation of immigrants'

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The federal agency that grants visas and U.S. citizenship now refers to itself as an organization that "administers the nation's lawful immigration system."        

'Nation of immigrants' no longer: USCIS updates mission statement

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The federal agency that grants visas and U.S. citizenship now refers to itself as an organization that "administers the nation's lawful immigration system."        

Trump accuses California police of being soft on street gangs, and cops fire back

President Trump on Thursday accused California law enforcement of being soft on street gangs and suggested he might pull immigration agents out of the state, prompting a strong rebuke from local officials who said the president doesn’t understand their war on gangs. Trump’s remarks are an escalation...

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