Faced with growing uncertainty and fear among immigrants across their districts, Los Angeles County Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to defend an Obama-era policy that protected undocumented children from being deported, but disagreed on how their Board should press the federal government to preserve it.

The board’s unanimous vote on parts of a motion introduced last week included an amendment co-authored by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl that makes immigration one of the county’s key priorities alongside, homelessness, child protection, healthcare, justice reform and environmental issues.

Read more in the Los Angeles Daily News.