Since Trump was elected as President of the United States in 2016, there has been legal battles between his administration and the state of California. The administration has filed lawsuits against the state and vice versa, visit (Patch.com). To help us understand the suits and their merits Sujit Choudhry, renown constitution counsel, has weighed on some of the matters.
One dispute that the Trump administration has filed against the state of California is on the sanctuary cities laws. The administration sued the state for hindering the work of the ICE officials. Sujit Choudhry, a constitutional law expert, weighs on the matter stating that the issue is too close to call. The laws state that the state officials don’t have to comply with the ICE officials. On the other hand, some parts of the law prohibit employers from cooperating with the ICE officials, useful source on (Iconnectblog.com).
DACA has also been an issue where the Trump administration wants to end it whereas the state governor, Jerry Brown, is a supporter of the program. The program gives people who came to the US as children legal status of living in the US, read more on linkedin.com. Sujit Choudhry, who is a native of the state, weighs on the matter stating that already the DACA recipients have scored against the administration. On April, federal court judge, John Bates, ordered Trump to restart the DACA program.
The administration is having disputes with that state on issues such as of greenhouse emissions where the Trump administration treats environmental pollution as a China hoax. Another issue is the citizenship question on 2020 census; the Trump administration wants it to be voted on against the states wish. Sujit Choudhry points out that some of these issues will be prosecuted even after the end of the Trump administration while some will be decided by some factors such as the midterm elections in 2018, visit http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/choudhry_award.