Sanctuary Loophole

10 min

It's now easier for ICE to arrest immigrants in Contra Costa County. The sheriff's office is making public the names and release dates of inmates inside their jails. Some suspect this new policy has to do with the 27 women who've claimed abuses in the ICE detention center that is also run by the county.

Guest: Aaron Davis, Contra Costa County reporter for the East Bay Times.

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