Protect local power. Protect the right to sanctuary.


Senate Bill 108 – which would criminalize public officials and law enforcement who limit or restrict the enforcement of federal immigration laws – was recently passed out of a legislative committee.

This should not happen.

This bill is an obvious attempt to restrict the ability of Alabama cities to pass sanctuary laws.

We have to stop this, but we need your help.

Email these local elected officials today and ask them to oppose SB 108.

Message Recipients:
Mayor Leigh Dollar of Guntersville
Mayor Steven Reed of Montgomery
Mayor Randall Woodfin of Birmingham
Mayor Tommy Battle of Huntsville
Mayor Sandy Stimpson of Mobile
Mayor Walt Maddox of Tuscaloosa
Mayor Ron Anders of Auburn
Mayor Frank Brocato of Hoover
Mayor Mark Saliba of Dothan
Mayor Tab Bowling of Decatur
Mayor Paul Finley of Madison

Oppose SB 108
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Your Message

As an Alabamian, I do not support SB108, the bill that would make it a crime for public officials and agencies to limit or restrict the enforcement of federal immigration or state law. Law enforcement priorities should be decided locally, not in Montgomery or D.C..

I trust municipalities to better understand how their limited resources should be used, and I don't want to put cities and counties at risk for costly lawsuits for holding people unlawfully on immigration detainers. Please speak out against this bill.


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