CEDAR PARK, TX — The Tuesday morning Cedar Park Fourth of July parade was briefly interrupted by protesters decrying an anti-immigration law due to take effect in September, according to a published report.
The group of protesters blocking the parade route were promptly removed by police, although no arrests were made. They were there to call attention to Senate Bill 4, a measure signed by Gov. Greg Abbott that seeks to end so-called “sanctuary cities” he views as being too lenient in allowing undocumented immigrants to live in their midst.
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Due to take effect Sept. 1, the new law will allow police to inquire about people’s citizenship status during traffic stops, implements fines and jail time for law enforcement seen as not complying with federal
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