In Two Oregon Towns, Local Jails Aid ICE Despite State's Sanctuary Law05:27

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Oregon has a long history of protecting immigrants. For the last 30 years, it's been a sanctuary state with a law designed to limit how much state and local police can help federal immigration agents.

But for years, two local jails in the state have regularly housed detainees for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The jails are playing a clear role in the federal government's efforts to deport immigrants in the country unlawfully.

And as Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson (@conradjwilson) reports, a judge is set to rule whether one of the jails can continue working with ICE.

This segment aired on December 13, 2017.