After talks with Brown, amendments to the bill made this week would allow federal immigration authorities to keep working with state corrections officials and to continue entering county jails to question immigrants.
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, introduced SB54 shortly after Trump's election to cut off most interactions between federal immigration agents and local police and sheriff's officers.
Earlier, the bill also would have prevented local and state law enforcement from relaying information to federal immigration officers unless it was about a person convicted of a violent or serious crime. Following sharp dissent from law enforcement officials and Brown's intervention, it was scaled back significantly.
Under the law, state and local law enforcement officers will not be permitted to ask about a person's immigration status during an arrest or police stop, and their communication with federal immigration authorities will be limited.
Illinois' Republican Governor signed a bill last month protecting people from being detained because they are the subject of an immigration-related warrant. One lawmaker said the bill would cause "chaos".
"If California politicians pass this bill, they will be prioritizing politics over the safety and security of their constituents", Homan said in a statement this week.
Iran soccer team drops one place in latest Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings
The Sunil Chhetri-led side registered two victories and a draw in three matches after they were placed at the 97th spot in August. Cape Verde Islands were the best movers in the rankings, climbing 47 places to 67th, while Guatemala fell 31 places to 131st.
"The time for political posturing is over, guys", said Assemblyman James Gallagher, R-Yuba City.
Among the passages cleared: San Francisco Sen.
But the law has backers too: San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who simply called it "a reasonable streamlining bill", and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff, who said in August, "We need to plan and prepare for accommodating diverse populations and more dense development in our existing footprint".
"President Trump's blatant disregard for the tradition of releasing tax returns is unsafe to our democracy", said California State Sen. They've passed legislation and filed lawsuits aimed at protecting immigrants, combating climate change and blocking any future attempt to build a registry of Muslims.
Earlier Friday, a federal judge in Chicago ruled against the Trump administration and an order issued by Attorney General Jeff Sessions requiring so-called sanctuary cities to cooperate with immigration agents in order to get federal funding in the form of public safety grants.