Legislative initiatives in Golden State seek to undercut Trump before he even takes office
By Brendan Kirby
Lifezette, December 16, 2016
State agencies would be required to update confidentiality policies, and immigration enforcement would be banned at public schools, hospitals, and courthouses.
The law, an extension of “sanctuary” policies already adopted by California and many local jurisdictions in the Golden State, would run headlong into Trump’s vow to stamp out such resistance. The Center for Immigration Studies this week outlined a long list of options at the new president’s disposal, including cuts in federal funding, civil suits — and possibly even criminal charges under alien-harboring statutes.