Fortuna Indivisible Endorses Measure K
This is a press release from Fortuna Indivisible:
The Fortuna indivisible group decided to endorse the measure Carrie, the sanctuary initiative for Humboldt County, on the current election ballot, unanimously had a meeting last Saturday, October 13.
Although the administration has apparently she used separating families President Trump recently hinted that the practice may not be abandoned and may well be resurrected. Our foremost concern is that Humboldt County not be involved in these practices which we consider to be an atrocity. There is nothing in measure K which would protect criminals or hinder our lawn Forssman authorities from carrying out their job of protecting us. What it will do is prevent tax dollars being spent to further the Trump administration’s policies, and protect our law-enforcement officers from being involved and practices that might in the future be ruled a crime against humanity. It has been suggested that this merger is redundant because California is already a sanctuary state, but the Trump administration had gone to court, attempting to strike down California sanctuary law. Measure K will protect us even if California sanctuary statute is struck down. We understand that there will be a procession in favor of measure K on Monday, November 4 starting at Saint Joseph Church in Fortuna, and ending at the Eureka courthouse. It will start at 6 AM and we will suggest that everyone wear their hiking boots. So we urge everyone who wants to see a peaceful and humane approach to our immigration problems to vote for measure Kay. Also everyone who cares about what happens to our country should register and vote the last day for registration is Monday the 22nd so do it now!”