May 11, 2018
By Ian Mason
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill joined the State of Indiana to a lawsuit originally filed by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), putting the state at the center of a wider legal battle against so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions.
Hill, who introduced Vice President Mike Pence at Thursday’s Elkhart, Indiana Trump rally, filed Monday to join the State of Indiana as a plaintiff against Gary, Indiana. The Chicago satellite city is a Democratic stronghold and passed a so-called “welcoming city” ordinance last year that prohibits their police and city officials from complying with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer orders, collecting information on suspects’ immigration status, and other actions that assist immigration enforcement. … Read the full story in Breitbart.com.
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