State law is preventing ICE from doing their job, protecting the public.

Lars brings on Tung Yin, a professor at Lewis and Clark Law School to discuss the recent push from A judicial advisory committee to enforce a new rule that prevents federal immigration enforcement agents from making arrests in Oregon courts. The advisory committee and immigration rights groups believe that the arrests make minority and immigrant communities fearful of law enforcement and less likely to appear at court proceedings. Listen below for more.

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