“Sanctuary city” effort in Tucson conflicts with state law, city attorney says

AZBD Note: Fortunately not all of SB1070 was gutted by the courts. But this still may not stop these idiots from trying.

From tucson.com:

An initiative to make Tucson the state’s first “sanctuary city” could be in trouble, as the city’s top attorney suggested that sections of the proposal are unenforceable.

The eight-page memo, written by City Attorney Mike Rankin, outlined a number of legal issues with the ballot initiative, leaving the city vulnerable to legal action from the state.

An attorney with the group behind the “Tucson Families Free and Together” ballot proposal, Billy Peard, rejected Rankin’s analysis.

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