SEIU Members Hold Sanctuary State Rally

Members of the Service Employees International Union came to the Capitol in Sacramento to ask their state representatives to vote for a series of bills anchored by the bill that would make California a sanctuary state.

Jonathan Perez works at a big name department store, and he says he has a lot of relatives who are "dreamers."  He said those family members and his 19- year-old girlfriend is also a "dreamer" are frightened about what might happen under President Trump's administration.

Photo by Ryan Harris, KFBK

Several California sheriffs, including Sacramento County's Scott Jones, have argued the Sanctuary State bill would drive Immigration officials into neighborhoods.  One of the labor leaders at the rally said practices by immigration authorities in existing sanctuary cities shows that is not true.

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