October 11, 2015

ap_jerry-brown_ap-photo-wi-640x469On Thursday, California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a controversial bill that would have protected immigrants with low-level drug charges from being deported, so long as they completed treatment programs, suggesting that the bill “goes too far.”

“While I support the goal of giving low-level offenders a second-chance, I am concerned that the bill eliminates the most powerful incentive to stay in treatment–the knowledge that judgment will be entered for failure to do so,” Brown said in his message about his decision to veto AB 1351.

He concluded that his decision was steeped in the notion that “the bill goes too far.”

  • john

    You use our tax dollars to give them everything else. When are you going to quit kissing illegal arses and do the job you were elected to do, represent LEGAL .AMERICANS

  • edorr1atcoxdotnet

    Good for him, just hope the CA legislature doesn’t override the veto; we know all to well most of them are leftist liberals.

  • Ace Dragon

    quit wasting our tax dollars on illegal criminals.


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