October 30, 2017 / 11:59 AM / a year ago

Q&A: Seyfarth Shaw's Angelo Paparelli on California's new immigration law

While the Trump administration has taken a hard line on immigration enforcement, California Governor Jerry Brown, a Democrat, signed a measure into law earlier this month to restrict employer cooperation with federal authorities when they visit workplaces.

The law, which takes effect in January 2018, is part of a broader effort to make California a “sanctuary state” for immigrants, which includes legislation restricting who local law enforcement can detain at the request of federal immigration authorities.

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