The Madera County Board of Supervisors says it did not violate the state open meetings law and did not change any policy about cooperating with ICE to identify jailed undocumented immigrants at a March 7 meeting, which the ACLU alleged in a lawsuit filed Monday.
The Madera County Board of Supervisors says it did not violate the state open meetings law and did not change any policy about cooperating with ICE to identify jailed undocumented immigrants at a March 7 meeting, which the ACLU alleged in a lawsuit filed Monday. Oakhurst Staff Photo
The Madera County Board of Supervisors says it did not violate the state open meetings law and did not change any policy about cooperating with ICE to identify jailed undocumented immigrants at a March 7 meeting, which the ACLU alleged in a lawsuit filed Monday. Oakhurst Staff Photo

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