Lawsuit against Los Alamitos' anti-sanctuary law moves forward
Rev. Samuel Pullen is among the plaintiffs suing Los Alamitos over its ordinance against the California Values Act law, which protects people in the country illegally by limiting cooperation between state and local agencies with federal immigration agents. Pullen was part of a small gathering on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018, near the Orange County Superior Court, where a judge Friday denied a request to dismiss the lawsuit.
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#1 Aug 27, 2018
Of course, state, county and local agencies should be cooperating with federal officials in enforcing our laws. What's wrong with that? Only criminals, and their accomplices would object to enforcing the law.
#2 Aug 27, 2018
Yes, agree. Who hijacked common sense in California? CA can have all of the illegal aliens, as far as Iím concerned. They have earned it and deserve it.
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