Monday, April 17, 2017

Petition: Stop SB 54, Don’t Let California Become a Sanctuary State

By iHeart, March 29, 2017

California politicians will soon vote on SB 54 - which will make California a "Sanctuary State" by prohibiting state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents.

SB 54 will force EVERY city and county in California to become Sanctuary Cities and Counties - resulting in the release of violent criminals back into our communities when they could instead be deported.

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  1. stop sb 54 this is totally ridicules. lets get more Californians killed and continue to kill our limited recourses. The people do not want a sanctuary state. anyone supporting this bill should be voted out of office.

  2. As we all no DACA is unconstitutional. We are quite aware that with the national debt continuing to rise. You are just piling it on our children and grandchildren. This is not right or fair to them or us middle class taxpayers. It also continues to change our culture & not for the better. It is also unfair to the people who do obey the laws & come into this country by way of legal methods. It also encourages more illegal immigration and more law breaking as being permitted in our country. It also take away jobs from our legal children & adults in our country. It is also giving social services away to people that should not qualify for any social aid paid by legal taxpayers. That is why social security is not keeping up with inflation and our legal citizens suffer the consequences.
    Please sign and forward this petition.


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