Laguna Niguel City Council Condemns California Senate Bill 54

On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 the Laguna Niguel City Council voted unanimously to condemn California Senate Bill 54, which conflicts with Federal Law and the U.S. Constitution. The City also unanimously voted to join the County of Orange and several other Orange County cities, at no cost to the taxpayers, in an amicus brief challenging the constitutionality of this new state law.

Bradley: City of Orange Should Not Join the Xenophobic Bandwagon

Don Bradley, who lives in unincorporated Orange County adjacent to the City of Orange, writes that the Orange City Council didn’t need to jump into the national immigration debate on sanctuary cities – noting that city leaders should focus on grace rather than rage when it comes to undocumented people living and working in the United States.

Lovingood: San Bernardino County Offers Leadership Not Fearmongering on Homelessness

San Bernardino County Supervisors’ Chairman Robert A. Lovingood takes issue with Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer over his recent public comments that OC homeless should be sent to the High Desert because the area “is away from everyone else.” Lovingood reminds Spitzer that there are 450,000 decent, hardworking taxpayers living in the High Desert, with leaders who focus on services for eligible local residents who fall on hard times.