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California has led the way with its sanctuary state laws. But Orange County might not continue to play along. The county is considering its own anti-sanctuary state countersuit.

California pushes back against sanctuary laws

California has led the way with its sanctuary state laws. But Orange County might not continue to play along. The county is considering its own anti-sanctuary state countersuit.

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