Another California city defies state ‘sanctuary’ law – will join Orange County lawsuit

Another California city defies state ‘sanctuary’ law – will join Orange County lawsuit

[Ed. – Huntington Beach can afford to do it, too.  It’s got a huge tax base.  Because of location, it’s also been one of the cities hardest hit by homeless illegals.  The impact of that, of course, falls hardest on the less well-off.]

Another Orange County city is joining the fight against sanctuary city status.

The Huntington Beach City Council voted 6 to 1 to sue the state over SB 54 — the Senate bill that would protect undocumented immigrants by limiting the cooperation between local police and ICE agents.

More than 100 people were at the meeting to tell the council they wanted to join the Orange County lawsuit, just days after Los Alamitos became the first city in Orange County to leave their sanctuary city status behind.

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