Golden State On Way To Becoming "Sanctuary State"

The California State Senate has passed a bill to make the Golden State the nation's first "sanctuary state." 

SB54 would prohibit state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities on immigration enforcement or even asking individuals about their immigration status. 

The bill was passed along a party-line vote, 27-12, with state Democrats supporting the measure and Republicans in opposition.


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The bill still needs to pass through the State Assembly; however, if it passes there it will go to Governor Jerry Brown's desk for his signature.