Cox Wants Local Cops Trained In Immigration Laws

Print,1,3406704.story?coll=la-headlines-california Sheriff’s deputies in California’s Orange County could be among the nation’s first local law enforcement officers trained to enforce federal immigration laws under a proposal that is stirring controversy, the Los Angeles Times reports. The proposal is at odds with the policy of most California police departments, who see immigration law enforcement as a
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