see the full article here
Some cities, such as Chicago, ban police from asking people if they are legal U.S. citizens, according to The Associated Press. Anchorage has no such rule, Hasquet said.
Anchorage Police Department Capt. Bill Miller said the 2003 resolution -- which is not a law -- did not change the way police work with immigration authorities.
"We enforce any law that we have the opportunity to enforce," he said.
Monday, September 10, 2007
Sanctuary city update --
Anchorage Daily News has an article this morning about a proposed Assembly action to ask traffic violators their citizenship. Among many things, it answeres the question of how HJR22 of 2003 affects the issue...
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