Berkeley Set To Adopt Sanctuary Contracting Law

On October 16th, Berkeley’s City Council can approve the nation’s second Sanctuary Contracting Ordinance.

In May of 2018, Richmond became the first city in the country to prevent municipal contracts with companies that sell data to ICE. Now it is Berkeley’s turn as we try to build a region-wide resistance that will change the business decisions of companies.

Using public money to subsidize the high-tech hunting of immigrants is a choice and we can make another, better choice here in Northern California.

Sanctuary is not just a slogan.

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