Don Rosenberg, father of a young man killed by an illegal immigrant, has formally filed the “Children, Family, and Community Protection Act” ballot initiative with the State of California today.
The Children, Family, and Community Protection Act would delete sections of the California Government Code designed to protect and coddle criminal illegal aliens – the deceptively-named California Values Act (SB 54) and the Immigrant Worker Protection Act (AB 450). It would require law enforcement officers to protect California families by cooperating with federal immigration officers in their pursuit of criminals, and impose criminal penalties on law enforcement officers and government officials who don’t. In addition, it would eliminate driver’s licenses for illegal aliens and remove their ability to vote.
In his filing, Rosenberg observed the people of California have suffered and are suffering as a result of the lack of leadership from our elected officials – most notably Jerry Brown and Kevin De Leon. “We’re fed up with California’s elected officials playing politics with our lives and prioritizing criminals over citizens and legal immigrants.”
The initiative can be viewed here.