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A law that said states and cities couldn’t keep officials from reporting people’s immigration status to U.S. authorities was struck down by a judge in California on Friday. The ruling was at least the third decision by a U.S. district court judge declaring the immigration law unconstitutional in recent months.
Subsequently, Judge William Orrick ruled, the Department of Justice needs to give California $28 million that was held back due to the state’s immigration policies.
The article goes on to state the following:
The law was cited by the Trump administration earlier this year in litigation in an attempt to block multiple state laws, one of which prevented police from providing release dates and personal information of jail inmates. That information, officials claimed, was required in order to remove dangerous illegal immigrants.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 6, 2018
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A judge ordered the Trump administration to release $28 million in public grants to California sanctuary cities, after it blocked the funds unless they agreed to cooperate with ICE. pic.twitter.com/a7p1dJriCn
— AJ+ (@ajplus) October 5, 2018