California is looking to score “tens of millions” of tax payer dollars to help protect illegal immigrants.
The state has already secured $33 million, but expect to nearly double that figure with upcoming legislation.
Per the Daily Caller:
The Los Angeles Times reported Sunday that the budget would include a total of $33 million in state government assistance to illegal immigrants.
These funds, however, are not enough for some Democrats in the state who seek to launch new programs. Democratic legislators have proposed three separate bills that impact legal training, start a legal defense program and increase counsel for deported veterans. These proposals add up to more than $26 million.
It seems the money will be used exclusively for people in the country illegally:
The $15 million cash-influx proposed by the Democratic governor would help with people facing deportations or seeking citizenship.