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Attorney General Jeff Sessions is scheduled to be in Sacramento on Wednesday to make what his office describes as a “major sanctuary jurisdiction announcement,” just blocks from the state Capitol, where a new law making California a sanctuary state was passed and signed.Sessions did not provide advance details of his announcement, but his Justice Department has been in an escalating legal battle with California, dozens of cities and counties in the state, including San Francisco, and hundreds nationwide whose laws and policies restrict local police and jailers from taking part in federal immigration enforcement.His targets have included the local and state sanctuary laws, already the subject of court battles, as well as local officials like Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, who publicly warned the immigrant community Feb. 24 of an impending Bay Area raid by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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errc saysSo why not just get a warrant?I agree that it's easy enough to do, but CA will just fabricate another reason not to cooperate.
So why not just get a warrant?
just wanted to share more about CA water. I was under the impression that the tubes Brown wants to build would go down to LA but the Tubes are to take water from the top of the Delta to the bottom of the Delta. From that point the infrastructure is already built and used to take the water down south. The purpose is to rejuvenate the Delta.
Although off topic just wanted to share more about CA water
An infographic of this would be helpful to those of us who don't live in California.
It's off topic, but it's going to be an ongoing issue in CA. Everyone needs water. I don't understand all the underlying issues, but unless there's an alternative water source, or more storage, not sure how fresh water can keep up with the population growth in CA. Mainly SoCal as you mentioned, but as one state, everyone is going to have to deal with it.
It's quoting a movie, and the insults are directed towards your argument, not you.
Unfortunately, CA is looking at it as a privacy issue. One can cry and scream all they want but that doesn't change how this will be fought in court.
Biggest load of bullshit, my argument is me and I say 'you' not 'your argument'. The original is down and I deleted my comment so done and done.
"at no point your rambling, incoherent response..." = referring to the argument
whose laws and policies restrict local police and jailers from taking part in federal immigration enforcement.
Logical question is, why Sessions/Trump does not make E-verify mandatory if they are so against illegal immigration? Perhaps what they do is just a smoke screen or illusion of taking action?
So the possibility remains that the Trump administration is not actually serious about ending illegal immigrantion. Please forward this comment to members of the Trump administration. Hey, you never know, there's a slim chance it will help.
for more remote areas drones in air 24x7 for a fraction of price of a wall would be more efficient. Say, TX Big Bend area or AZ desert