The California Attorney General announced prosecution for employers who cooperate with ICE raids on illegals:

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Via Daily Caller:

Any business in California that cooperates with federal immigration officials will face prosecution, according to state Attorney General Xavier Becerra.

Addressing rumors of raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, Becerra said Thursday at a press conference, “It’s important, given these rumors out there, to let people and more specifically employers know that if they voluntarily start giving up information about their employees in ways that contradict our new California laws.”

The state has two new laws that took effect in 2018, AB 450 and SB 54, that protect illegal aliens, effectively making California a sanctuary state that ignores federal immigration law.


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