More municipalities and towns across California are fighting back against the state’s ‘sanctuary’ policies that strictly limit law enforcement’s ability to fight illegal immigration; voting to join the Trump administration’s legal battle against the ‘west coast chaos.’
According to the Sacramento Bee, cities throughout the Golden State are preparing public hearings and votes on whether to join the Department of Justice’s courtroom fight against the “unconstitutional” guidelines.
“At least a dozen local governments have voted to either join or support the lawsuit or for resolutions opposing the state’s position. Those include the Board of Supervisors in Orange County, which has more than 3 million people,” writes the Bee.
In a major blow to the state’s immigration law, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is preparing to meet to discuss joining Trump’s legal battle against California.
The President and Attorney General toured the region weeks ago; inspecting border wall prototypes and vowing to crackdown on rising crime and rampant homelessness.