California lawmakers sent Gov. Jerry Brown sweeping legislation early Saturday morning that would create a statewide sanctuary policy, end lifetime registration for some sex offenders and move up the state's presidential primary election. SB54, by Sen. President Pro Tem Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, would bar local law enforcement agencies from cooperating with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency on deportations except in cases in which immigrants had been convicted of certain crimes. The bill passed the Assembly 49-25 and 27-11... [Read More]
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