Monday, July 10, 2017

San Francisco and California take additional steps toward lawlessness


 

At Hot Air 

Remember when Kate’s Law passed the House of Representatives a few weeks ago? That was a pretty good day and gave many of us hope that some progress was being made on the law and order front. Not everyone was thrilled about it, though. One of the things I missed while on vacation last week was a pair of moves coming out of California designed to further fight against enforcement of federal immigration law and cement the status of both San Francisco and the entire state of California as “sanctuary” locations for those who would break the law.

The first is from the City by the Bay, where the Police Commission voted to enact additional restrictions on how and when officers can engage with immigration law enforcement. The intent here should be obvious to the casual observer. (CBS San Francisco)

More Hot Air   by JAZZ Shaw

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