The L.A. County Board of Supervisors votes today on whether or not to continue their partnership with immigration officials at county jails. As it is, federal immigration agents in jails train county employees on how to question inmates convicted of certain felonies to determine whether they may be in the country illegally. But some argue that law enforcement and immigration don’t mix.
I.C.E. Agents in L.A. County Jails
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