Temecula could take stand on California’s sanctuary state law

As reported by The Press Enterprise on June 25, 2018

"Temecula could be the latest city in Riverside County to weigh in on the controversial sanctuary state law — nearly two months after other cities began opposing it.

The city has met with the Riverside County sheriff and district attorney offices to express concerns about the law, also known as SB 54, a city report states.

City officials are recommending that Temecula adopt a resolution 'opposing efforts by the State of California to restrict collaboration between local and federal law enforcement partners.'"