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ACLU accuses Madera County of violating open meeting law and changing immigration policy behind closed doors


The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Madera County Board of Supervisors on Monday, alleging that it violated California’s open meetings law when it changed an immigration-related policy behind closed doors.

In March, the supervisors increased cooperation between the county’s jail and U.S….



Source: LA Times

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