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I admire your ability to ignore all the stuff you’re wrong on while still keeping up with feels.
Yet here I sit still waiting for you to answer even the most basic questions about how local authorities might legally become immigration enforcers, even when jurisdictions that really want to help hasn’t been able to figure it out.
And yet we keep telling you CA laws prevent them from doing so (except in the most violent cases). Round and round we go.
They don't need to "enforce" immigration laws, just a simple notification to INS of potential illegality. But that's strictly prohibited and strongly discouraged.
Non sanctuary states don't seem to have this problem for some reason.