sanctuary city

The internet fell in love after Alex Kack was filmed laughing uncontrollably at a pair of anti-immigrant protesters during a Tucson City Council meeting.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been outspoken against cooperation with federal immigration officials, but activists want her to sign an executive order proving it.
"Our transportation is based on operational necessity," said Kevin McAleenan, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
The president ranted for nearly 90 minutes in Wisconsin on the same night as the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
The anti-immigrant bill, in a state where 1 in 5 residents is an immigrant, will likely be signed into law by the Republican governor.
In a tweet Saturday night, Trump demanded undocumented immigrants be moved for political retaliation.
Hours earlier, a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson said the proposal had been shelved.
Trump administration officials reportedly suggested releasing detainees in a way that would retaliate against San Francisco and other immigrant-friendly cities.
A majority of midterm voters supported keeping the state's decades-old policy preventing local police from making immigration arrests.
"The president is now inventing nonexistent domestic riots," notes the Washington correspondent for The Toronto Star.
The president at one point claimed California was "rioting" over immigration laws.
The mayor of Burien, Washington, said the suspect was angry about the city's immigration policies.
The Trump administration wants to withhold money from sanctuary cities.
The ruling deals a blow to the Trump administration in its effort to crack down on sanctuary policies.
Surely cities not partnering with ICE must be filled with crime, right?
At an event attended by officers' families, the president denounced MS-13 and called for the death penalty for those who kill police officers.
The court upheld an injunction stopping the Justice Department from denying public safety grants to sanctuary cities.
Plaintiffs contend the law could lead to racial profiling and divert resources from local police.
The state attorney general hoped to head off challenges from cities that oppose the law.