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A federal judge has sided with the city of Chicago and denied a motion to dismiss three key counts of the city’s lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Session over the Justice Department’s attempt to tie a law enforcement grant to new immigration enforcement requirements, including giving federal agents access to municipal jails.

In an order signed Thursday, U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber granted the city’s motion for a summary judgment on the first two counts of the suit — which argued that the Justice Department was overstepping its legal authority — and denied a motion by Sessions to dismiss those counts.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Today’s opinion in favor of Chicago and against the Trump Justice Department marks a major win for all Chicagoans and a significant victory for public safety,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a written statement Friday.

“Welcoming immigrants, refugees and dreamers from every corner of the globe is part of Chicago’s history, and part of our future, no matter which way the political winds are blowing in Washington.”

The city sued Sessions last August, after the U.S. Department of Justice ordered Chicago and other sanctuary cities to give 48-hours notice before releasing undocumented immigrants from custody; to allow immigration agents access to jails; and to share citizenship information with the federal government, the Chicago Sun-Times reported previously.

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  1. Well, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and any other so called Sanctuary City should be denied any federal funds or assistance. These cities are aiding and abetting illegal activity and it needs to stop. Our immigration services have a duty to protect legal citizens and these cities have no right to obstruct this process. If an illegal or undocumented person is arrested, ICE has the right to talk with them. They can offer information about obtaining legal status, proper steps to take in obtaining legal visas, or if they are truly a risk to public safety they can be deported. Nothing wrong with cooperating with ICE. Remember, these persons, are not CITIZENs.

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