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News - April 12, 2019

County supervisors seek to chip away at sanctuary policy

Most in packed meeting oppose even limited cooperation with ICE

by Kevin Forestieri

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to consider a policy that allows an arms-length working relationship with federal immigration enforcement. The vote came after an emotional four hours of public testimony, most of it opposed to the idea.

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