San Diego council to consider taking stand on Arizona immigration law
The San Diego City Council today will consider a resolution denouncing an Arizona law that requires police to determine if detainees are in the country legally.
The resolution was requested by Council President Ben Hueso.
“This law will inevitably lead to racial profiling, in violation of the United States Constitution,” Hueso wrote in a memo to his council colleagues.
Similar resolutions are being considered in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The Arizona law makes it state crime to be in the United States illegally.