September 13, 2017
California’s state senate leader and Governor Jerry Brown reach a deal to change parts of the “sanctuary state” bill.
On Monday, the two agreed to partial cooperation of state officials and ICE agents.
The deal expands the list of deportable offenses to include sex crimes and battery charges.
The bill has been passed in the state senate and could be voted on later this week.
The deal comes as Governor Brown continues to defiantly oppose President Trump’s strict immigration policy.
Meanwhile, the father of a man killed by an illegal immigrant in San Francisco has launched an ad urging Governor Brown to not sign the bill.
One America’s Sani Unutoa has more.