California has rejected a plan by the federal government to send the state's National Guard troops to the border, two U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
The officials said the work is too closely tied to immigration enforcement, the AP report said.
Gov. Jerry Brown agreed to send troops to the border to focus on fighting crime and not enforce policies of Washington, CNN reported last week.
Last week, Brown pledged to send 400 troops on the condition the support had nothing to do with immigration enforcement.
The Alabama chapter of the NAACP is clashing with Gov. Kay Ivey over a campaign ad in which she celebrates the Memorial Preservation Act, a law she signed last May that critics say protects the state's Confederate monuments.Read More »
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