Gov. Brown Signs California Sanctuary State Bill
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed "sanctuary state" legislation Thursday that extends protections for immigrants living in the United States illegally — a move that gives the nation's most populous state another tool to fight President Donald Trump. Melissa Caen reports. (10/5/17)

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