California City Votes To Skirt State Sanctuary Law

It was a small but meaningful act of rebellion.

Los Alamitos, a city in Orange County, California, voted to avoid enforcement of the state’s sanctuary law.

The Orange County Register reports:

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Orange County’s second-smallest city voted Monday night to exempt itself from California’s so-called sanctuary law, which limits cooperation between local agencies and federal immigration authorities.

The vote wasn’t close – the city council voted 4-1 to opt-out of the state sanctuary law.

In addition to the vote, Los Alamitos filed an amicus brief to support the federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of California’s statewide sanctuary law.

Finally, some good news from California.


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