Ideas to further limit cooperation between the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and federal immigration officials were met with cheers and jeers from community members Thursday at a civilian oversight meeting in downtown Los Angeles.

The recent passage of Senate Bill 54, sometimes referred to as a “sanctuary state” law, already limits the ability of state and local police —including the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department—to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and other federal officials. The state law is said to be very similar to what the Sheriff’s Department was already doing….

Read more in the Los Angeles Daily News.