Ohio lawmakers are at work on a measure that would require local law enforcement to cooperate with federal officials for immigration enforcement.
The penalty for failure would be loss of federal and state funding.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The role of local government, from judges to sheriff’s offices when it comes to working with federal immigration officials.
- Teo Amus, reporter, The Washington Post
- State Rep. Niraj Antani (R-Miamisburg), Ohio State's 42nd House District
- Heather Prendergast, elected director, Board of Governors American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Bob Cornwell, executive director, Buckeye State Sheriff's Association
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