California just LOVES to break laws!

Shot of a young police officer talking on the phone at a police station

University of California administrators are urging students and faculty to contact campus police if government officials ask for information about immigration status. Obstruction of justice comes with a fine and jail time. Will the admins take your place?

In response to two memorandum issued Tuesday by Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly outlining his department’s enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration, California State University (CSU) Chancellor Timothy White responded with his own memo to the school community Wednesday reiterating his commitment to “sanctuary campus” policies forbidding cooperation with immigration enforcement and deportation efforts.

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