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A federal district court judge has ruled Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ conditions on grant funding to force so-called sanctuary cities to cooperate with immigration enforcement efforts as unconstitutional

Judge William Orrick, of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, sided with the state of California and city of San Francisco in their lawsuit challenging the requirements in granting their request for summary judgment Friday.

The conditions Sessions set in 2017 require sanctuary cities to give immigration officials access to their jails, notify U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials of the planned release of a detainee, and follow a law that prohibits state and local governments from restricting how much information is shared with the Department of Homeland Security.

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“Today’s ruling is a victory in our fight to protect the people of California,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement Friday afternoon.

“We will continue to stand up to the Trump administration’s attempts to force our law enforcement into changing its policies and practices in ways that that would make us less safe.”

Becerra’s office noted that the ruling marks the attorney general’s twenty-second legal victory against the Trump administration.

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  1. California and it’s sick cities are the ones breaking federal law and by doing so are only keeping illegials safe not the real citizens.

  2. I think that every time a person is harmed or killed by an illegal alien that the police and courts released back into the community should sue the police, city, county and especially the state. Given enough of those then maybe the leftists would change their tune. Then again given that the courts are filled with left leaning judges those suits would be tossed.

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