A California man whose son lost his life at the hand of an undocumented immigrant is bringing his public plea to defund sanctuary cities to Sacramento.
Dan Rosenburg's son Drew was run over and killed while riding his motorcycle in San Francisco. The unlicensed driver who hit him came to the United States illegally.
Early this summer, Dan launched a pair of TV commercials in the Bay Area asking the President to continue his efforts to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities, in spite of a federal court ruling blocking his plans.
As California lawmakers prepare to vote on legislation that would severely limit cooperation between federal immigration authorities and local and state law enforcement, Rosenburg launched those commercials today in the Sacramento area.
SB 54 has already cleared the Senate and could come up for a vote in the Assembly within days.