California can limit police cooperation with immigration officials and require inspections of detention facilities but can't enforce a key part of a third state sanctuary law barring private employers from allowing immigration officials on their premises without a warrant, a U.S. judge ruled Thursday. The decision came in a lawsuit filed against the state by the Trump administration seeking to block all three laws.
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#1 Friday Jul 6
More. Horseshit from the left that is.
#2 Friday Jul 6
Love it! A Photo of Trump, and a headline that reads MORE.
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