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Re: Jeff Sessions Announced Law Suit Against California
Posted by AlM on Wed Mar 7 12:25:24 2018, in response to Re: Jeff Sessions Announced Law Suit Against California, posted by JayZeeBMT on Wed Mar 7 12:14:46 2018.Parts of the three laws may survive while other parts are overturned.
I have my doubts about this (from the Times):
State lawmakers also passed the Immigrant Worker Protection Act, which prohibits local business from allowing immigration to gain access to employee records without a court order or subpoena.
Seems like a restriction of free speech. Why can't I tell anyone I please who works for me?
I have less doubt about this:
One, the California Values Act, strictly limits state and local agencies from sharing information with federal officers about criminals or suspects unless they have been convicted of serious crimes.
This is a case of telling your own employees how you want them to do their jobs to best attain the goal of reducing crime.
But of course, I'm not Justice Kennedy, so I don't get to decide.
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