Feds can’t withhold public safety grants for Oregon based on sanctuary law, judge rules

May 2013
N Oregon Coast
Ho Hum - Another day, another court loss for Der Donald. :)

A judge has barred the Trump administration from withholding public safety grants from the state and the city of Portland over Oregon’s sanctuary law that directs police not to help federal agents enforce immigration policies.​
U.S. District Judge Michael J. McShane also said the federal government can’t impose immigration-related conditions on the grant awards.​
McShane, who is seated in Eugene, issued his 44-page decision late Wednesday in a case brought in November by Gov. Kate Brown, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and the city against President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr.​
He found that two federal statutes unconstitutionally ban local and state governments and agencies from enacting laws or policies that limit communication with federal officials about immigration or someone’s citizenship status.​

Feds can’t withhold public safety grants for Oregon, city of Portland based on sanctuary law, judge rules
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