The right wants to know why California always has to be the odd man out


California’s immigration laws and sanctuary cities policies are a bridge too far when it comes to undocumented aliens. A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the right

California going too far to shield illegal immigrants

From The New York Daily News: A couple of laws on the books in California are clearly overreaching.

California has become a disgraceful state

From Townhall: When did the Golden State become so tarnished?

Even without Trump's lawsuit, California may have to abandon sanctuary policies

From The Hill: California’s labor force is made up of 1.75 million undocumented aliens. What will happen to the state’s economy if and when the Trump administration takes aim at them?
 

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