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San Francisco reaches compromise on 'sanctuary' law




An immigrant detainee looks from his 'segregation cell' at the Adelanto Detention Facility on November 15, 2013 in Adelanto, California. Most detainees in segregation cells are sent there for fighting with other immigrants, according to guards. .
An immigrant detainee looks from his 'segregation cell' at the Adelanto Detention Facility on November 15, 2013 in Adelanto, California. Most detainees in segregation cells are sent there for fighting with other immigrants, according to guards. .
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San Francisco leaders have reached a compromise on the city's so-called "Sanctuary Policy."

That policy determines how local law enforcement aid federal officials in efforts to detain and deport immigrants. The County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously last night on the ordinance.

The long-time policy came under strong criticism after a deadly shooting last year at the San Francisco Pier. A Mexican national has been charged with the crime.

For more, we're joined by Emily Green, reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. She covers City Hall and was at the meeting last night.

View a video of the Board of Supervisors meeting here.