The California Senate may vote to expand the state’s dangerous sanctuary law any day now. Sanctuary policies prohibit or restrict law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration officials, allowing criminal aliens to live and work freely in communities. Senate Bill (SB) 54 worsens California’s existing sanctuary law to make it nearly impossible for state and local law enforcement to cooperate with federal immigration officials and allows criminal aliens, even those convicted of the most serious crimes, to escape immigration enforcement.
The Senate Committee on Appropriations already passed SB 54 and can be voted on by the full Senate at any time. Contact your state Senators today and tell them to oppose sanctuary policies!