United States v. California

A trio of California laws meant to protect immigrants from the feds go into effect, says the Ninth Circuit. No preliminary injunction to stop law that requires employers to notify employees before federal immigration inspections. No preliminary injunction (for the most part) for state-imposed inspection requirements on facilities that house certain federal detainees. And no preliminary injunction for law that limits state and local law enforcement from cooperating with the feds, even though it “may well frustrate the federal government’s immigration enforcement efforts.”

Tags: 2019, Immigration, Ninth Circuit, Preliminary Injunction

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