LA City Council May Support Senate Bill To Defy Federal Government

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In another act of defiance, the L.A. city council may support legislation that would change how police work with the federal government on immigration.


The bill written by Democratic Senator Kevin De Leon would prohibit police agencies from notifying ICE agents if an illegal immigrant is charged with a crime.

The L.A. city council may endorse it. Councilman Jose Huizar.

“The executive order that President Trump asked for to deport individuals simply if they were charged with a crime, would not allow due process of law.”

Republican Senator John Moorlach is not a fan of Senate Bill 54, saying helping illegal immigrants who are criminals is troubling.

“This is something that I think the majority of the population is opposed to. Public safety is the number one concern for citizens.”


James Rojas
Field Reporter
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