A group of local elected officials from around San Diego County are organizing opposition to SB 54, a bill in Sacramento that would limit cooperation between local police and federal immigration authorities.
Mexico's deputy economy minister, Juan Carlos Baker Pineda, says Mexico won't accept limitations on trade during NAFTA renegotiations, which could affect San Diego and northern Baja California.
The head of U.S. immigration enforcement defended recent deportations in California in front of a heated crowd in Sacramento.
The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce signed a historic memorandum of understanding with Mexico's Senate to collaborate on regional issues.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday that local jurisdictions seeking U.S. Department of Justice grants must first demonstrate they are not sanctuary cities, but the threat might not apply to San Diego and other municipalities in the region.