[Ed. – That’d be big. The city of San Diego itself probably won’t be doing it anytime soon. But Escondido is similar to the OC in many respects — and a huge suburban tax base.]
San Diego County and the city of Escondido in the coming weeks will also reportedly consider defying California’s “sanctuary state” laws, following Los Alamitos and Orange County. …
According to a San Diego Union-Tribune report, Escondido Mayor Sam Abed and Councilman John Masson “have put an item on the April 4 agenda that would authorize the city’s filing of a legal brief in support” of the Trump administration’s lawsuit challenging California’s three sanctuary city laws for violating the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution. Abed told the outlet that he expects the measure to pass.
Escondido is the first city in San Diego County to consider defying the state’s “sanctuary” laws, and San Diego County’s Board of Supervisors is reportedly scheduled to discuss whether to join the anti-sanctuary revolt on April 17 during a closed session.