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It's the U.S. vs. California - who's got the winning case?

March 09, 2018 | NewsLinks
In the case of the United States versus California, who will win? The fight over how undocumented immigrants in California are treated is now a matter for federal courts to decide after the Trump administration this week sued the state to invalidate a trio of "sanctuary" laws.

How the Supreme Court is Expanding the Immigrant Detention System

March 09, 2018 | NewsLinks
A quarter-century ago, in 1994, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, on any given day, was holding somewhere around 5,500 immigrants in “immigration detention.” For fiscal year 2017, Immigration and Customs Enforcement budget documents projected an average daily population in detention of roughly 31,000.

Opinion: Jeff Sessions sends California a strong message on immigration

March 08, 2018 | NewsLinks
There’s more than a little historical irony here. In response to the Trump administration’s initiatives to restore order in and respect for the nation’s immigration laws, the California State Legislature passed, and liberal politicians and business and entertainment elites of the state are vocally defending, three laws which openly defy the Constitution and challenge the Union.
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