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Backers of the Houston Bathroom Bill


Ed Wulfe,  Chairman and CEO of Wulfe & Co. and Board Member of the Executive Committee of the Greater Houston Partnership; Charles Foster, Chairman of Foster; Gilbert Herrera, former president of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Welcome Wilson, Chairman of the Board, Welcome Group; Dan Bellow, President – of Jones Lang LaSalle, Americas Inc.; Jackie Martin, Principal with J S Martin Associates; and Anne Clutterbuck, Vice President of AECOM and former Houston Council Member, Equality Texas and Texas Freedom Network, ACLU of Texas, HRC (Source: http://www.hrc.org/blog/entry/business-community-leaders-speak-out-in-support-of-houstons-equal-rights-or )

BBVA Compass, Atlantic Partners Group, Foster, LLP, American Marketing Association, Houston Chapter, Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau, JLL, Bracewell & Giuliani, Rice University, Houston Area Urban League, The Friedkin Group, W.S. Bellows Construction Corp., Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Haynes and Boone, LLP, Mark White Former Texas Governor, United Airlines, Greater Houston Partnership, Andrews Kurth LLP, The Dow Chemical Company, Welcome Group LLC, Comerica Bank, Hotel & Lodging Association of Greater Houston, JPMorgan Chase, Citi, Memorial Hermann, Camden Property Trust, Houston Apartment Association, Marek Brothers Systems, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., Wulfe & Co., Andrews Kurth LLP, Calpine, UnitedHealthcare, BLUE LANCE, NAACP Houston Branch, Greater Houston Black Chamber, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, HSBC Bank USA, Houston Association of Realtors, Direct Energy, Precision Task Group

(Source: http://www.houston.org/assets/pdf/equalrights/HERO_Business_Ad_Chron_v2-FINAL.pdf )

Apple
2. BASF
3. 
Dell
4. 
Dow Co.
5. 
General Electric
6. 
Hewlett Packard
7. 
United Airlines

Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/2nd_vote_s_research_uncovers_big_businesses_behind_the_houston_ballot_measure_

Backers of the Dallas Bathroom Bill


Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

Source: http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/after_hero_defeat_in_houston_dallas_strengthens_transgender_protections


EqualityNC Buddies


Listing updated quarterly (number in parentheses indicates year joined):

Governor’s Circle ($50,000+)


Gene P. Thornton Trust (12)

Tides Foundation (13)

Tide's Foundation's State Equality Fund, a philanthropic partnership that includes the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, the Gill Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Ford Foundation, and anonymous donors. (07)

Lieutenant Governor’s Circle ($25,000-$49,999)


Amy Mandel & Katina Rodis Fund (09)

Replacements, Ltd. (04)

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (07)

Council of State Circle ($10,000-$24,999)


Grace Jones Richardson Trust (12)

Bob Page & Dale Frederiksen (04)


Speaker’s Circle ($5,000-$9,999)


Anonymous (12)

Blueprint NC (13)

GlaxoSmithKline (08)

Alan King (11)

J. Wayne Riggins, MD, OD, of Cape Fear Eye Associates, PA (09)

Senate Circle ($2,400-$4,999)


Adam Foundation (09)

Beaver Lodge Local 1504 (12)

Jason Belk & Mark Anderegg (11)

Frank Benedetti & Gary Trowbridge in memory of Abigail (07)

Crape Myrtle Festival (09)

The Empire Room (12)

Food Lion (07)

Foundation for the Carolinas (12)

IBM (08)

Rick McDermott (12)

North Carolina Community Shares (10)

William & Nancy Stanback Donor Advised Fund & PFLAG Salisbury (12)

Triangle Financial Advisors (12)

Ann Vollmer (12)

Tom Warshauer (05) & Andy Dews (07)

Workplace Options (13)


House Circle ($1,200-$2,399)


Judith Abraham (12)

American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) (11)

Brian Caldwell & Robert Shore (09)

Margaret Chesson (12)

Win Chesson (09)

Clorox Company Foundation (13)

David Cook (11)

Luck Davidson (09)

Greg Dozier & Eric Smith (09)

Ryan Fink & Derek Applewhite (12)

Greg Fitch (10)

Brian Fitzsimmons (11)

Golden Spiral Studios (12)

GSK Foundation (10)

Guilford Green Foundation (09)

Arlene Gutterman (12)

David Hammond (09)

Kristine Herfkens & Betty Rider (04)

Ray & Brenda Hughes (07)

Sam & Anne Hummel of the Hummel Family Fund (12)

Lorraine Johnson & Beverly Branaman

Joel Leander & Perry Patterson (07)

Michele Lewis (13)

Margaret Louey & Anne Beaven (11)

Keith McCoy (11)

Julie Merricks & Sue Hauser (09)

NCCU COLORS (12)

Martine Rothblatt (13)

Art Sperry (12)

John Stotler (12)

UNCG Women's & Gender Studies (10)

Chris van Hasselt (11)

Von Entertainment dba The Scorpio (13)

Anna Voytek & Chanda Fausphoul (05)

Jesse White (07)

Nan Williamson & Beth Thompson (06)

Kenneth Wittenauer & Russell Leciejewski (07)

Legislative Circle ($600-$1,199)


Calvin Allen (12)

Alston & Bird LLP (11)

George Alwon (06)

Tim Alwran (12)

Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. (12)

John Arrowood (10)

Michael Barefoot (11)

Coleman Billingsley (07)

David Booth (12)

James Bradley (12)

Larry Brady (07)

Catherine Brown (12)

Don Broussard & Ken Coates (11)

Adam Budlong (12)

Shane Burton & Jim Bumgardner (09)

Center for Community Self-Help (13)

Daniel Chalef & Tobias Perrino (12)

Don Chaplin & Andy Hunt (11)

Lela Chesson (10)

Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro (12)

Congregation Beth Ha Tephila (13)

Congregational United Church of Christ (12)

Crafted! The Art of the Taco (13)

Michael Crowell & Jaye Meyer (11)

Terry Cruse (12)

Don Davis & Nick Poulson (11)

James Deal (11)

Richard deButts (12)

Duke Office for Institutional Equity (11)

Mark Epstein (12)

Marsha Ford (12)

Andrew Gerschutz (13)

Jerri Goldberg (13)

Haas & Associates, PA (12)

Mary G. & David B. Hagan Fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro (12)

Tony Hall of Tony Hall & Associates (09)

Kristen and Jan Hibbetts (12)

Ann Hooper & Kathryn Mahan (11)

Marilyn Jody (07)

Dixon Johnson (12)

Jonora Jones (13)

Raymond Jones (11)

Leslie Kellenberger (11)

Ronald Kennedy (13)

Mark Kleinschmidt (10)

Colleen Kochanek & Stephanie Norris (09)

Todd Kreps (13)

Susan Laney (13)

Lydia Lavelle & Alicia Stemper (06)

Aaron Lucier (11)

Nancy Maeder & Amy Anderson (11)

Gregory Maguire (13)

Elaine Martin (12)

Fred Martin (09)

Mark Medlock (13)

Leah Monahan (12)

NC State University GLBT Center (11)

Christine Olson (11)

Ian Palmquist & Brad Oaks (05)

Connie Pearcy & Tanja Atkins (11)

Jack Register & Butch Jenkins (12)

Cris Rivera & Beth Stringfield (08)

RomanticAsheville.com (13)

Harry Rosenberg (12)

Sarah Schwartz Sax & Marjorie Coward (11)

Ronald Shearin (12)

Tim Simmons (11)

Andrew Spainhour (09)

Brinkley Sugg (12)

Time Warner Cable (11)

Ron Tucceri (09)

Peter Weltner & Atticus Carr (13)

Andrew Wheeler (11)

Michael Woods (12)

Eugenia Zimmerman (11)

Mark Zumbach (11)



Source: http://equalitync.org/action/donate/equality_council/

More Buddies





 15Five

 Marriott International

 Affirm

 Matrix Partners

 Airbnb

 McKinney

 Alleycorp

 Microsoft

 American Airlines

 Miramax

 American Society of Association Executives

 Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

 Apple

 MongoDB

 BackOps

 Nextdoor

 Bank of America

 NextLesson

 Biogen

 Nomad Health

 Blab

 Orbitz.com & CheapTickets.com

 Box

 PayPal

 BoxGroup

 Pepo

 Braeburn Pharmaceuticals

 Pfizer Inc.

 Braintree

 Pinterest

 Brocade Communications Systems Inc.

 Power Curbers Inc.

 Chegg

 Quip

 Cisco Systems

 Quotient Technology Inc.

 CompTIA

 Replacements, Ltd.

 Computer & Communications Industry Assoc.

 Salesforce

 Consumer Technology Assoc.

 Seventh Generation

 DNAnexus

 Software & Information Industry Assoc.

 Dropbox

 Spark Capital

 Emerson Collective

 Square and Twitter

 Engine

 StyleSeat

 Facebook

 SV Angel

 Gilt

 Symantec Corporation

 Glassdoor

 The Pramana Collective

 Gogobot

 The Redwood Groups

 Google

 The Weinstein Company

 Google Ventures

 ThirdLove

 Grokker

 Thrive Capital

 IBM Corporation

 Tumblr

 IMRE

 Uber

 Intel

 Workplace Options

 Jawbone

 Y Combinator

 Levi Strauss & Co.

 Yahoo

 Liftopia

 Yelp

 LinkedIn

 YouTube

 Lyft

 Zestfinance

 Lyra Health

 Zola

 Marine Layer

 Zynga

Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/ncupdate

Backers of the Charlotte Bathroom Bill


EqualityNC (Level of giving is noted): 
 - GlaskoSmithKline (Speaker's Circle $5000-$9999)
 - Food Lion (Senate Circle $2400-$4999)
 - IBM (Senate Circle $2400-$4999)
 - Clorox  Company Foundation (House Circle $1200-2399)
 - Ameriprise Financial (Legislative Circle ($600-$1199)
 - Time Warner Cable (Legislative Circle ($600-$1199)
 
Charlotte Business Guild (Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce):
 - 5/3 Bank
 - Liberty Mutual
 - Food Lion

HRC

Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/2nd_vote_uncovers_corporate_support_for_charlotte_bathroom_bill_

PayPal

Source: http://www.wral.com/citing-hb2-paypal-cancels-planned-charlotte-expansion/15621787/

Google Ventures

Apple, Facebook, Bank of America

Lionsgate

Braeburn Pharmaceuticals

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/06/us/gay-rights-mississippi-north-carolina.html

Charlotte Hornets

Carolina Hurricanes

American Airlines

Lowe's Home Improvement

Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2016/03/25/tech-leaders-join-ranks-opposing-nc-law/82263478/

Karen Appleton, Senior Vice President, Box
Brandee Barker, Cofounder, The Pramana Collective
Marc Benioff, CEO, Salesforce
Chip Bergh, President and CEO, Levi Strauss & Co.
Michael Birch, Founder, Blab
Ed Black, President and CEO, Computer & Communications Industry Association
Nathan Blecharczyk, Cofounder and CTO, Airbnb
Steven R. Boal, CEO, Quotient Technology Inc.
Ron Boire, CEO, Barnes and Noble
Lorna Borenstein, CEO, Grokker
Jim Brewer, Vice President of Government Affairs, American Society of Interior Designers
Brad Brinegar, Chairman and CEO, McKinney
John Bryant, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kellogg Company
Wes Bush, Chairman, CEO and President of Northrop Grumman
Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar, co-CEOs, Atlassian
Lloyd Carney, CEO, Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
Brian Chesky, CEO, Airbnb
Emanuel Chirico, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PVH Corp.
Ron Conway, Founder and Co-Managing Partner, SV Angel
Tim Cook, CEO, Apple
Paul T. Dacier, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, EMC Corporation
Dean Debnam, Chairman and CEO, Workplace Options
Jack Dorsey, CEO, Square and Twitter
David Ebersman, Cofounder and CEO, Lyra Health
Jared Fliesler, General Partner, Matrix Partners
Vince Forlenza, Chairman, CEO and President, BD
Joe Gebbia, Cofounder and Chief Product Officer, Airbnb
Jason Goldberg, CEO, Pepo
Alan King, President and COO, Workplace Options
Kristen Koh Goldstein, CEO, BackOps
Mitchell Gold, co-founder and chair-man, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
John H. Graham IV, President and CEO, American Society of Association Executives
Logan Green, CEO, Lyft
Mike Gregoire, CEO, CA Technologies
Paul Graham, Founder, Y Combinator
David Hassell, CEO, 15Five
Charles H. Hill III, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources, Pfizer Inc.
Reid Hoffman, Chairman, LinkedIn
Robert Hohman, Cofounder & CEO, Glassdoor
Mark Hoplamazian, President and CEO, Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Drew Houston, CEO, Dropbox
William H. Howle, President of U.S. Retail Banking Group, Citibank
Steve Huffman, CEO, Reddit
Chad Hurley, Cofounder, YouTube
Dave Imre, Partner and CEO, IMRE
Dev Ittycheria, President & CEO, MongoDB
Laurene Powell Jobs, President, Emerson Collective
Michael O. Johnson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Herbalife
Cecily Joseph, VP Corporate Responsibility and Chief Diversity Officer, Symantec Corporation
Steve Joyce, CEO, Choice Hotels International
Travis Kalanick, CEO, Uber
David Karp, Founder and CEO, Tumblr
Travis Katz, Founder and CEO, Gogobot
Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel         
Joshua Kushner, Managing Partner, Thrive Capital
Michael W. Lamach, Chairman and CEO, Ingersoll-Rand plc
Jeff Lawson, Founder, CEO and Chairman, Twilio
Max Levchin, CEO, Affirm
Dion Lim, CEO, NextLesson
Shan-lyn Ma, CEO, Zola          
Vishal Makhijani, COO, Udacity
Tom Mangas, CEO, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
Bill Maris, CEO, Google Ventures
Marissa Mayer, President and CEO, Yahoo
Melody McCloskey, CEO, StyleSeat
Douglas Merrill, CEO, Zestfinance
Dyke Messinger, President and CEO, Power Curbers Inc.
Steve Mollenkopf, CEO, Qualcomm Inc.
Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America
Hari Nair, Vice President and General Manager, Orbitz.com & CheapTickets.com
Christopher J. Nassetta, President & Chief Executive Officer, Hilton Worldwide
Michael Natenshon, CEO, Marine Layer
Alexi G. Nazem, Cofounder and CEO, Nomad Health
Alexis Ohanian, Cofounder, Reddit
Laurie J. Olson, EVP, Strategy, Portfolio and Commercial Operations, Pfizer Inc.
Bob Page, Founder and CEO, Replacements, Ltd.
Doug Parker, Chairman and CEO, American Airlines
Mike Pedersen, CEO and President, TD Bank, N.A.
Michelle Peluso, Strategic Advisor and former CEO, Gilt
Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google
Mark Pincus, Founder and Executive Chairman, Zynga
Hosain Rahman, CEO, Jawbone
Bill Ready, CEO, Braintree
Evan Reece, CEO, Liftopia
Stan Reiss, General Partner, Matrix Partners
John Replogle, CEO, Seventh Generation
Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco Systems
Virginia M. Rometty, Chairman, President and CEO, IBM Corporation
Dan Rosensweig, CEO, Chegg
Kevin P. Ryan, Founder and Chairman, Alleycorp
Bijan Sabet, General Partner, Spark Capital
Julie Samuels, President, Engine
George A. Scangos, PhD, CEO, Biogen
Paula Schneider, CEO, American Apparel
Steve Schoch, CEO, Miramax
Dan Schulman, President and CEO, PayPal
Howard Schultz, Chairman and CEO, Starbucks
Adam Shankman, Director and Producer
Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association
David A. Shaywitz, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, DNAnexus
Behshad Sheldon, President and CEO, Braeburn Pharmaceuticals
Ben Silbermann, CEO, Pinterest
Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft
Arne Sorenson, President and CEO, Marriott International
David Spector, Cofounder, ThirdLove
Jeremy Stoppelman, CEO, Yelp
John G. Stumpf, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company
Julie Sweet, Group Chief Executive North America, Accenture
Bret Taylor, CEO, Quip
Todd Thibodeaux, CEO, CompTIA
Brian Tippens, Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
David Tisch, Managing Partner, BoxGroup
Nirav Tolia, Cofounder and CEO, Nextdoor
Kevin A. Trapani, President and CEO, The Redwood Groups
Mark Trudeau, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Ken Wasch, President, Software & Information Industry Association
Casey Wasserman, Chairman and CEO of Wasserman & President and CEO of the Wasserman Foundation
Bob & Harvey Weinstein, Co-Founders and Co-Chairmen, The Weinstein Company
Devin Wenig, CEO, eBay
Tim Westergren, Founder and CEO, Pandora Media, Inc.
Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO, Facebook

Source: http://www.hrc.org/blog/more-businesses-join-list-of-over-120-ceos-leaders-urging-nc-to-repeal-anti

Fired for the Faith or Being Un-PC


Ford Motor Company - http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/01/28/christian-product-engineer-claims-ford-motor-fired-him-for-voicing-his-bible-based-opposition-to-the-companys-promotion-of-pro-homosexual-ideas-now-hes-fighting-back/

Allstate - http://www.wnd.com/2005/06/30993/

Fox Sports - http://dailycaller.com/2015/08/06/college-football-analyst-sues-fox-sports-claims-he-was-fired-for-being-a-christian/

HGTV - http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/09/fired-by-hgtv-benham-brothers-still-finish-what-they-started/

Atlanta Mayor - http://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2015/01/13/tyranny-of-the-gaystapo-atlanta-mayor-fires-christian-fire-chief-for-biblical-views-on-homosexuality/

GoFundMe (which pulled a fundraiser for persecuted Christians from its site): http://www.redstate.com/diary/lifeofgrace/2015/04/25/gaystapo-takes-prisoners-gofundme-torpedoes-sweet-cakes/

Mozilla - http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/374734/mozilla-employees-call-ceo-be-fired-donating-prop-8-campaign-alec-torres

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - http://mobile.wnd.com/2015/12/doctor-ousted-for-talking-about-risks-of-lgbt-behavior/

The State Bar of Texas - http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/paxton-gay-marriage-texas/2016/02/11/id/713897/#ixzz3zyxlKHfr

Prairie View A&M - http://urbanfamilytalk.com/womens-basketball-coach-fired-suspending-two-players-dating/



Marquette University - http://barbwire.com/2016/04/03/will-stand-prof-john-mcadams/

Brookstone - http://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen/09d/vadala/index.html

Companies Who Funded the Atlanta Mayor Who Fired Kevin Cochran


Aaron's Inc.

Atlanta Braves

Bank of Atlanta

Comcast (NBCUniversal)

Lear Inc.

Anheuser Busch

Deloitte

Delta Air Lines

General Electric

Regions Bank

Honeywell International

Gulfstream

Coca-Cola

Blue Cross, Blue Shield

Cosmopolitan

Humana, Inc.

Sprint

Suntrust Bank



Walmart

(Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/corporations_elect_atlanta_mayor )


More LGBT Companies


Absolut Vodka

Tide


Citi and Citibike

GUESS


Netflix

Levi’s


Mastercard

smart car



JetBlue

Cheerios


Source: http://www.ijreview.com/2015/06/354051-35-companies-just-told-america-exactly-think-scotus-gay-marriage-ruling/

Jerry Brown Donors


CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY

$4,773,977.51

AT&T

$108,800.00

FARMERS UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION

$108,800.00

AGUA CALIENTE BAND OF CAHUILLA INDIANS

$54,400.00

ALLSTATE INSURANCE

$54,400.00

ANHEUSER-BUSCH

$54,400.00

BANK OF AMERICA

$54,400.00

BNSF RAILWAY

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF HOSPITALS & HEALTH SYSTEMS

$54,400.00

CENTENE CORP

$54,400.00

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS

$54,400.00

CHEVRON CORP

$54,400.00

COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA / CWA

$54,400.00

COOPERATIVE OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS

$54,400.00

CVS CAREMARK

$54,400.00

ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

ERNST & YOUNG

$54,400.00

HEALTH NET INC

$54,400.00

MERCURY GENERAL CORP

$54,400.00

MOLINA HEALTHCARE

$54,400.00

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION / NEA AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS / AFT

$54,400.00

PHILIP MORRIS

$54,400.00

PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS

$54,400.00

STATION CASINOS

$54,400.00

SYCUAN BAND OF THE KUMEYAAY NATION

$54,400.00

TIME WARNER CABLE

$54,400.00

UNITEDHEALTH GROUP

$54,400.00

VISA INC

$54,400.00

WAL-MART

$54,400.00

WALT DISNEY

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA ATTORNEYS ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES & HEARING OFFICERS IN STATE EMPLOYMENT

$54,400.00

STATE BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA APARTMENT ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS

$54,400.00

BICYCLE CASINO

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF HIGHWAY PATROLMEN

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL SCIENTISTS

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA BEER & BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA CORRECTIONAL PEACE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

FEDERAL EXPRESS

$54,400.00

FOX GROUP

$54,400.00

MAJESTIC REALTY CO

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

BARONA BAND OF MISSION INDIANS

$54,400.00

SANTA YNEZ BAND OF CHUMASH MISSION INDIANS

$54,400.00

PARAMOUNT PICTURES GROUP

$54,400.00

PEACE OFFICERS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA

$54,400.00

PERSONAL INSURANCE FEDERATION OF CALIFORNIA

$54,400.00

UNITED ASSOCIATION OF JOURNEYMEN & APPRENTICES OF THE PLUMBING & PIPE FITTING INDUSTRY OF THE UNITED STATES & CANADA / UA

$54,400.00

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS IN CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

$54,400.00

THE DOCTORS CO

$54,400.00

YOUNGS MARKET CO

$54,400.00

COX COMMUNICATIONS

$54,400.00

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON

$54,400.00

ALLERGAN

$54,400.00

AMERICAN BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

ANTHEM BLUE CROSS OF CALIFORNIA

$54,400.00

ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA STATE SUPERVISORS

$54,400.00

BLUE SHIELD OF CALIFORNIA

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

GOOGLE

$54,400.00

SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT

$54,400.00

ZUFFA LLC

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 549

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS

$54,400.00

ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL 1

$54,400.00

OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL 3

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA LABOR FEDERATION AFL-CIO

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION

$54,400.00

SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL 104 DISTRICT 2

$54,400.00

WESTERN STATES COUNCIL OF SHEET METAL WORKERS

$54,400.00

PLUMBERS & PIPEFITTERS LOCAL 467

$54,400.00

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PIPE TRADES DISTRICT COUNCIL 16

$54,400.00

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS

$54,400.00

SOUTHWEST REGIONAL COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS

$54,400.00

SERVICE EMPLOYEES LOCAL 1000

$54,400.00

WORKING FOR WORKING AMERICANS

$54,400.00

YOCHA DEHE WINTUN NATION

$54,400.00

ROBB, WALTER

$54,400.00

ARIBO CORP

$54,400.00

HASTINGS, REED

$54,400.00

BOHNETT, DAVID C

$54,400.00

CARUSO, RICHARD J (RICK)

$54,400.00

GEFFEN, DAVID L

$54,400.00

BEUTNER, AUSTIN

$54,400.00

CAPSHAW SPIELBERG, KATE

$54,400.00

KATZENBERG, JEFFREY

$54,400.00

KATZENBERG, MARILYN

$54,400.00

HANSON BRIDGETT LLP

$54,400.00

PANIC, MILAN

$54,400.00

RESNICK, LYNDA RAE

$54,400.00

EJABAT, MORTEZA

$54,400.00

RISING, NELSON CARL

$54,400.00

SPIELBERG, STEVEN

$54,400.00

Source: https://votesmart.org/candidate/campaign-finance/69557/jerry-brown-jr#.VncalvkrKM8

Bill de Blasio Donors


LinkedIn

eBay


Warner Music Group

Reebok International

Thrive Capital

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/01/nyregion/de-blasio-attracts-silicon-valley-donors.html



Physicians Reciprocal Insurers

Cooper Square Realty

Hazen & Sawyer

Mercury Public Affairs

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/exclusive-de-blasio-donors-exploited-finance-limit-loopholes-article-1.1577405

Andrew Cuomo Donors


CABLEVISION SYSTEMS

$269,700.00

KASOWITZ BENSON TORRES & FRIEDMAN

$200,000.00

CLOUGH HARBOUR & ASSOCIATES

$175,000.00

ACCESS INDUSTRIES

$129,800.00

ROTH & SONS NEW YORK

$120,800.00

HJ KALIKOW & CO

$120,000.00

WILSON ELSER MOSKOWITZ EDELMAN & DICKER

$103,300.00

NIXON PEABODY

$102,500.00

TISHMAN, DANIEL R

$95,625.58

NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

$95,000.00

SACKS & SACKS

$93,800.00

NEW YORK STATE DENTAL ASSOCIATION

$80,500.00

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO

$80,500.00

NORTHEAST REGIONAL COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS

$80,500.00

NEW YORK STATE CONFERENCE OF OPERATING ENGINEERS

$80,200.00

CRYSTAL RUN HEALTHCARE

$80,000.00

WALETZKY, LUCY R

$79,800.00

PORT AUTHORITY POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK STATE

$79,700.00

NEW YORK STATE PIPE TRADES ASSOCIATION

$79,700.00

HOTEL RESTAURANT CLUB EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS LOCAL 6

$79,700.00

CATSIMATIDIS, JOHN A

$79,665.46

1199SEIU UNITED HEALTHCARE WORKERS NEW JERSEY DIVISION

$79,000.00

APPLEGATE, DONNA

$77,000.00

KPMG LLP

$75,000.00

NEW YORK STATE COURT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION

$75,000.00

COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS DISTRICT 1

$74,500.00

BROWN MCMAHON & WEINRAUB

$73,300.00

BURGOS, TONIO

$73,300.00

TAYLOR, JAMES W

$73,000.00

PETRY, JOHN ERIC

$71,605.00

TISHMAN SPEYER PROPERTIES

$70,800.00

NEW YORK STATE BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL

$70,800.00

ANHEUSER-BUSCH

$70,000.00

PHYSICIANS RECIPROCAL INSURERS

$70,000.00

MARATHON DEVELOPMENT GROUP

$70,000.00

SL GREEN MANANGEMENT

$69,843.00

56TH REALTY LLC

$69,700.00

SIMONS, JAMES HARRIS

$69,700.00

NEW YORKERS FOR PUTTING STUDENTS FIRST

$69,700.00

ONE WHITEHALL LP

$67,500.00

COZEN OCONNOR PC

$65,800.00

GTECH CORP

$65,800.00

CIMINELLI, LOUIS P

$65,800.00

JPMORGAN CHASE & CO

$65,000.00

345 PARK AVENUE LLC

$65,000.00

METROPOLITAN PACKAGE STORE ASSOCIATION

$65,000.00

THE RICHMAN GROUP

$65,000.00

NEW YORK CITY PATROLMENS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

$64,100.00

AFSCME LOCAL 2507

$63,600.00

GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP

$63,500.00

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS / IBEW

$63,100.00

BANK OF AMERICA

$63,000.00

NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

$63,000.00

STATE STREET ASSOCIATES

$62,700.00

MEDICAL LIABILITY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO

$62,500.00

PITTA & GIBLIN

$62,500.00

CITIGROUP

$61,800.00

GUND, AGNES

$61,800.00

ERNST & YOUNG

$61,000.00

REILLY, KEVIN G

$61,000.00

AT&T

$60,800.00

COMCAST

$60,800.00

TIME WARNER CABLE

$60,800.00

TONIO BURGOS & ASSOCIATES

$60,800.00

DOVER KNOLLS DEVELOPMENT CO II LLC

$60,800.00

EMPIRE MERCHANTS

$60,800.00

NBC UNIVERSAL

$60,800.00

NEW YORK STATE SOCIETY OF ANESTHESIOLOGISTS

$60,800.00

YANKEES GLOBAL ENTERPRISES

$60,800.00

ZUFFA LLC

$60,800.00

MASON TENDERS DISTRICT COUNCIL OF GREATER NEW YORK

$60,800.00

NEW JERSEY STATE LABORERS

$60,800.00

TRANSPORT WORKERS LOCAL 100

$60,800.00

UNIFORMED FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION

$60,800.00

NEW YORK CITY DISTRICT COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS

$60,800.00

BING, STEPHEN L

$60,800.00

BROAD, ELI

$60,800.00

BOYKIN CURRY IV, RAVENEL

$60,800.00

BARNES, BENJAMIN F (BEN)

$60,800.00

METALLIC LATHERS & REINFORCING IRONWORKERS LOCAL 46

$60,800.00

DRUCKENMILLER, STANLEY F (STAN)

$60,800.00

DAVIDOFF, ANDREW

$60,800.00

ROCKEFELLER, LAURANCE S

$60,800.00

ROBBINS, LARRY M

$60,800.00

ARWIN 74TH ST

$60,800.00

EAST 77 REALTY

$60,800.00

COLUMBUS 60TH REALTY

$60,800.00

MULROY, THOMAS M

$60,800.00

PALMIOTTO, CAROL A

$60,800.00

ROVT, ALEXANDER

$60,800.00

BRIAR HILL REALTY

$60,800.00

EMPIRE MERCHANTS NORTH

$60,800.00

HALMAR INTERNATIONAL LLC

$60,800.00

RICH, DAVID C

$60,800.00

EAST 85TH REALTY

$60,800.00

BAKER, LISA

$60,800.00

PETRACCA, LESTER

$60,800.00

DAVIDOFF, ROXANA

$60,800.00

BAKER, RICHARD A

$60,800.00

LAUDER, LEONARD A

$60,800.00

Source: https://votesmart.org/candidate/campaign-finance/45083/andrew-cuomo#.VnMpzfkrKM8

Sanctuary Cities


Alaska

Anchorage, AK  (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service) (7-29-10 The Municipality of Anchorage disputes the listing. See notes at bottom of page for details.)

* (The city of Fairbanks has been removed from the Sanctuary Cities list due to the city council's passage of a resolution supporting a formal recognition of its cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.  The city of Fairbanks had previously been listed due its designation as a sanctuary city by the Congressional Research Service.  OJJPAC thanks the City of Fairbanks for taking positive steps to clarify its compliance with federal law. Fairbanks enforcement statistics will be monitored for compliance.

Arizona

Chandler, AZ               (Added 5/30/07, Congressional Research Service Report, 2006. The city disputes its listing. )

Mesa, AZ                    (Added 10-18-09, Sources: Judicial Watch; East Valley Tribune article,1-4-2008)*

Phoenix, AZ

South Tucson, AZ        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Tucson, A Z                (Added 11-12-07, Source: 11-11-07 story by Brady McCombs, Arizona Daily Star. See note below.)



California

Alameda Co., CA          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Bell Gardens, CA

Berkley, CA                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report which points to Berkley's General Order J-1)               

City of Industry, CA

City of Commerce, CA

Coachella, CA               (Added 7-23-12, Source: La Voz de Aztlan. Passed in 2006 and existence supported by quotes in city's 9-12-07 council meeting minutes.)

Contra Costa Co., CA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Cypress, CA

Davis CA


Downey, CA

Fresno, CA                    (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service.  City disputes its listing claiming CRS could not provide source of its research. )

Greenfield, CA            (Added 7-23-12, Source: Battle at the ballot box in Greenfield, Monterey County, The Herald, 6-1-12)

Los Angeles, CA           (Sources:  Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

LA County, CA                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Long Beach, CA

Lynwood, CA

Maywood, CA

Montebello, CA

Monterey Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Napa Co., CA                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)    

National City, CA

Norwalk, CA

Oakland, CA                     (Added 8-27-07. Source: 4/25/07 story by KCBS 740 AM. Link here.)

Orange Co., CA                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Paramount, CA

Pico Rivera, CA

Richmond, CA                   (Added 11-5-09. Sources:  Mayor Gayle McLaughlin's campaign website from 2004, 2006)

Riverside Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Sacramento Co.                 (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

So. Gate, CA

San Bernardino, CA           (Added 6/7/07, reader submitted /  9/5/08 Listing disputed by the city administration* See addl.notes)

San Bernardino Co., CA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Diego, CA                  Sources: Congressional Research Service; SDPD chief endorses constoversial immigration bill, Fox-TV 5, 9-2-13

San Diego Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Mateo Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Santa Clara County, CA      (Added 11-29-10, source:  Forced into Immigration Enforcement, A County Considers Plan B, 10-21-10, Huffington Post.; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Santa Cruz, CA                  (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)

Santa Cruz Co., CA         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)  

San Francisco, CA         (Congressional Research Service)

San Francisco Co.          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Jose, CA                 (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Santa Maria, CA            (11-18-08 Submitted research from local activist/ Listing disputed by the city administration)

Sonoma County, CA      (Source: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Vernon, CA

Watsonville, CA             (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)

Wilmington, CA

Colorado     

 All 64 Counties in CO   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Aurora, CO

 Commerce City, CO

 Denver, CO                     (Source: Congressional Research Service)

 Durango, CO                   (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

 Federal Heights, CO

 Fort Collins, CO

 Lafayette, CO                 (Added 6/3/07, documented by reader)

 Thornton, CO                  (City disputes its listing.  However, the city did not forward a copy of its policy regarding illegal aliens)

 Westminster, CO

Connecticut  

Hartford, CT                     (Added 5/4/10.  Sources: [Ordinance passed in 2008]; NEWS 21 Blog, by Amy Crawford, Hartford, CT; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

New Haven, CT                (Added 6/4/07.  Source: TV News 8: City council votes 25-1 to issue ID cards to illegal aliens)

Florida

Broward Co., FL               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)       

DeLeon Springs, FL

Deltona, FL

Herando Co.                     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)                       

Hillsborough Co., FL          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Jupiter, FL                          (Added 4-13-09. Previously on watch list.)

Lake Worth, FL                  (Added 4-13-09.)

Miami, FL

Miami-Dade Co., FL           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Palm Beach Co., FL            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Pasco Co., FL                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Pinellas Co., FL                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Georgia

Dalton, GA        (Added 5/30/07. 6/18/07 Listing disputed by the City of Dalton, GA. City's written policy requested, not received as of 1-28-12. )



Illinois

Champaign Co., IL        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Will not honor ICE detainer.)

Chicago, IL                    (Sources: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Cicero, IL                      (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Cook Co., IL                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report. Requires written agreement from ICE reimbursing costs of honoring detainer.)

Evanston, IL                   (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)



Iowa

The following Iowa counties will not honor ICE detainers without a court order or unless a judge has approved a probable cause warrant:
Allamakee, Benton, Cass, Clinton, Delaware, Dubuque, Franklin, Freemont, Greene, Ida, Iowa, Jefferson, Johnson, Linn, Marion, Monona, Montgomery, Polk, Pottawattamie, Sioux, Story, Wapello, Winneshiek Co.  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

(See city watch list below)

        Kansas

Butler Co.             (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)        

Finney Co.            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Harvey Co.           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)     

Johnson Co.          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Sedgwick Co.       (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Shawnee Co.        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)            

Wichita                 (Source: Police department policy exposed after the death of Lola Jayne, KSN TV-3, 12-19-08)

        Louisiana

New Orleans, LA  (Source: Police department announced policy of "don't ask, don't tell"  by Police superintendent Warren Riley, WWL-TV; 9-9-09)

Orleans Parish, LA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

        Maine

Portland    (Added 5/31/07 Note: Maine resident reported that Portland city council passed sanctuary legislation)

State of Maine   (Added 5/31/07 Note: Governor of Maine initiated de facto protections for illegals by Executive Order in 2004)*

        Maryland

Baltimore, MD               (Sources: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)     

Gaithersburg, MD     (Disputed by city 7-10-15. As of 9-8-15, the city has not forwarded a copy of its policy regarding illegal alien in Gaithersburg.)

Mt. Rainier, MD        (Added 1-20-08, Source: The Washington D.C. Examiner, 1-19-08)

Montgomery County, MD  (Added 11-3-09, Source: Frederick County sheriff worried about MontCo gangs, The Washington D.C. Examiner, 11-2-09)

Takoma Park, MD      (Reported that City ordinance passed some 20 years ago; Congressional Research Service)

        Massachusetts

Amherst, MA         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)   

Boston, MA           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report citing the Boston Trust Act)

Cambridge, MA     (Source: Boston Globe. First passed resolution in 1985; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Chelsea, MA          (Added: 8-14-07 Source: Chelsea government website with text of sanctuary policy.)

Northampton, MA  (Added 6-20-12 Source: City of Northampton Resolution dated 8-18-2011.  Resolution limits cooperation with ICE but does not use the term "sanctuary." )

Orleans, MA          (Added 6/13/07 Source: Congressional Research Service) Township disputes that it is a sanctuary.

Sommerville, MA   (Added 7-23-12 Original resolution passed in 1987, later repealed and replaced with Safe City Resolution. Source: Sommerville News Blog, 10-15-2007;10-8-14 DHS DDO Report) )

Springfield, MA      (Disputed)

        Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI      (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)       

Detroit, MI            (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)



Minnesota

Austin, MN               (Added 11-1-11 Source: Protecting illegal immigrants to catch criminals, Star Tribune, 10-27-11)*

Hennepin Co.            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Minneapolis, MN      (Congressional Research Service)

Ramsey Co., MN     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

St. Paul, MN

Worthington, MN      (Added 5-30-07 Note: This is where a Swift plant was raided by ICE in December, 2006.  Worthington disputes its listing.)

        Nebraska

Sarpy Co., NE           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Hall Co., NE              (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Lancaster Co., NE     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Nevada

Clark Co.                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)                

Washoe Co.               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Reno                          (Added 5-31-07; 2-18-08 Disputed by city; OJJPAC has requested a copy of city policies. Copy of policies never received as of 1-28-12) 



New Jersey

Camden, NJ                   (Added in 2007. Latest source: Camden, Immigrant Haven?, By Lauren Feeney, City Paper, 7-16-08)

Freehold, NJ                  (Added 11-5-15.  Local resident; Ground Zero For A Hot Topic, 10-19-15, Asbury Park Press)

*                                 * (The Borough of Fort Lee removed pending review of its compliance with IIRIRA). The city disputes its listing as a sanctuary.)

Middlesex Co., NJ          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)        

Hightstown, NJ               (Added 5-30-07  The city disputes its listing as a sanctuary.)

Jersey City, NJ

Newark, NJ                    (Added 6-3-07; Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report, added 10-13-15 )

North Bergen, NJ

Ocean Co., NJ               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Trenton, NJ

Union City, NJ

Union Co., NJ               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)    

West New York, NJ



New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM*            6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 8-14-07 KOB-TV 4 Eyewitness News report.  *[5-14-10 Mayor claims city no longer a sanctuary.]

Aztec, NM                       Added 5-8-10, Identified by CRS in 2006 report to Congress.  (The city disputes its listing. However it has not forwarded a copy of its policy.)

Bernalillo Co. NM            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)         

Dona Ana Co., NM          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Luna Co., NM                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Otero Co., NM                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Rio Ariba County, NM    6/13/07 Congressional Research Service

San Miguel, NM                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Requires reimbursement of costs by ICE in honoring detainer.)

Santa Fe, NM                  6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 1-26-12 AP story, Santa Fe Mayor David Coss opposes taking drivers licenses away from illegal aliens.

Santa Fe Co., NM        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Taos, NM                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Illegal alien must be convicted of at least one felony or two misdemeanors.)



New York

Albany, NY                        (Added 7-22-09 Source: Council adopts don't ask policy, Times Union report by Jordan Carleo-Evangelist)

Bay Shore, NY

Brentwood, NY

Central Islip, NY

Farmingville, NY

Franklin Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)    

Nassau Co., NY                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)               

New York City, NY             (Originally added in 2006; (Source added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Onondaga Co., NY               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Rensselaer Co., NY              (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)          

Riverhead, NY

Saratoga Co., NY               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)         

Shirly/Mastic, NY

Spring Valley Village, NY    (Added 7-25-07)

St. Lawrence Co., NY         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)           

Suffolk Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)        

Uniondale, NY

Wayne Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)                  

Westbury, NY



North Carolina

Carrboro, NC               (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)

Chapel Hill, NC            (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)

Charlotte, NC

Chatham County, NC    (Added 1-14-09 Source: Chatham rejects immigration program, The News & Observer; Chatham County Commissioners Board Minutes, 1-5--09)

Durham, NC                 (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Raleigh

Winston-Salem



        North Dakota

State of North Dakota       (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  ND State Penitentiary will not honor ICE detainers)

SWMCCC                        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)   

     Ohio

Columbus, OH        (7/5/07 Source: 5/10/07 Columbus Dispatch article stating illegal aliens in misdemeanor cases are not reported to ICE)  See more below.

Dayton, OH            (Added 1-11-10 Source:  Dayton Daily News story by Lucas Sullivan.  Police chief prohibits officers from asking about immigration status.)

Lake County, OH   (Added 7-23-15 Source:  Lake County accepts fraudulent Mexican Matricular Counsular ID cards used by illegal aliens.)

Lima, OH                    (Added 10-28-08 Source:  City administration opposes County Sheriff's efforts to remove illegal aliens.) 

Lorain, OH             (Added 4-21-14 Source:  Lorain Police Chief Celestino Rivera has ordered (by written policy) his officers not to cooperate with ICE) See addl. notes below.

Lucas County, OH  (Added 7-23-15 Source:  Lucas County accepts fraudulent Mexican Matricular Counsular ID cards used by illegal aliens)

Oberlin, OH           (Added 1-25-09. Source: City Resolution adopted January 20, 2009)   

Painesville, OH        (7-19-07 Source: In 2006, the city of Painesville in an official letter called illegal aliens (they used the word "undocumented" a valuable asset to the city and opposed immigration law enforcement legislation. I have a copy of that letter in my file.  Although the city of Painesville passed a Resolution in support of immigration law enforcement as a result of public pressure, the city remains in opposition to aggressive immigration law enforcement and the deportation of the illegal alien population in the community.  We will be looking into the past actions of the Painesville Municipal Court too regarding its role in preventing the deportation of deportable aliens.)

    Oklahoma

Oklahoma City         (de facto)  

Tulsa                        (6-3-07 Note: Tulsa city council is discussing changing its sanctuary policy.  8-15-10 Update:  See note below.)

    Oregon



The following Oregon counties will not honor ICE detainers without a court order or warrant:  Clackamas, Curry, Douglas, deschutes, Gilliam,Grant, Hood River, Jefferson, Josephine, Linn, Malheur, Multnomah, Murion, Tillamook, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington, and Yamhill.     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Ashland, OR                   (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Baker Co., OR                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Clatsop Co., OR            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Gaston, OR                    (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Marion County, OR        (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Multnomah County, OR  (Added 11-9-13 Source: Sheriff's office says 'no' to ICE, By Kirsten Lock, Fox TV-12, 4-25-13)

Portland, OR



State of Oregon *           (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)  *(See note below)

    Pennsylvania

Allentown, PA (Rescinded)  7-23-12 Note: Allentown city council passed a sanctuary resolution in 1986 but voted 4-3 to rescind it in 1991.

Lehigh Co., PA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Philadelphia, PA*          (7-15-10 Source: Mayor Nutter's, November, 2009 Executive order: Policy Concerning Access of Immigrants to City Services ; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)  

Pittsburgh, PA  (Added 5-29-14 Source: Pittsburg Post Gazette: Pittsburg launches effort to woo more immigrants, 5-29-14)    

      Rhode Island

State of Rhode Island    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Dept. of Corrections won't honor detainers without a warrant.)

Providence         (Added 5-17-11 Source: Providence wants to opt out of 'Secure Communities' database, by Gregory Smith, Providence Journal, 2-23-11).    

    Texas

Austin, TX                (Congressional Research Service)

Baytown, TX            (6-13-07 Local reader observation)

Brownsville, TX

Channelview, TX      (6-13-07 Local reader observation)

Denton, TX

Dallas, TX

El Cenizo, TX          (6-13-07 Congressional Research Service)

Ft.Worth, TX

Houston, TX            (Congressional Research Service)

Katy, TX                 (Congressional Research Service)

Laredo, TX             (Entry added in 2007. Source added 7-25-15   Breitbart.com article by Brandon Darby, 7-6-15, regarding Laredo PD critical of officers calling Border Patrol. )

Mcallen, TX

Port Arthur, TX       (6-13-07 Reader/resident observation)

Travis Co., TX        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)



Utah

State of Utah                (Added 5-15-11  Source:  Utah Approves Guest Worker Program for Illegal Immigrants, ABC New, 5-7-11) 

Provo, UT*                (* 8-27-2010  Provo Utah contacted OJJPAC and indicated that it has no desire to be a sanctuary city. 

                                    *5-16-11Update:  Pending removal of Provo, UT  upon verification of city's full participation/cooperation with ICE.)

Salt Lake City, UT

Virginia

Alexandria, VA*            (Added 10-6-08. Source: City Resolution No. 2246 adopted 10-9-07)

Arlington, VA                (Added 11-3-15.   Source:  Arlington, VA opts out of federal immigration program, 9-28-2010)     

Fairfax County, VA       

Virginia Beach, VA         (Added 6/3/07.  Note: The city adopted an administrative directive on 8-1-08 allowing VBPD limited authority to inquire about immigration status. Based on this directive, the city disputes its sanctuary status. Despite the directive, the city has not provided statistical evidence of enforcement to date. )

        Vermont

Burlington, VT            (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)

Middlebury, VT          (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)

State of Vermont*        (Added 11-29-10  Source: 11-21-10 Vermont AG proposes bias-free policing policy, Burlington Free Press)

        Washington (State)



The following Washington counties do not honor Ice detainers:  Benton, Chelan, Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Franklin, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Thurston, Wala Wala, Whatcom, Yakima.    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

King Co. Council, WA     (Added as a de facto sanctuary on 6-28-09 Source: The Seattle Times; and on 11-9-09 Ordinance passed;10-8-14 DHS DDO Report);

Seattle, WA                      (Added 5/30/07; Congressional Research Service)

Spokane, WA                   (Added 6-22-15; City Council passed Ordinances C35164 and C-35167)



Wisconsin

Madison, WI                    (Congressional Research Service)  Update: In June, 2010, the city council passed a resolution reaffirming its policy.

Milwaukee, WI            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report citing Resolution 12-135)

Milwaukee Co., WI    (Added 6-10-12 Source article: County Board Resolution on Immigration on target, Opinion, Journal Sentinel News., 6-9-12)                                   



Wyoming

Jackson Hole, WY     (10-19-15 Sheriff of Teton County disputes the county's sanctuary status. A status review of Jackson Hole is in progress.

    Washington, D.C.  

(Update: The Washington D. C. city council has voted to prohibit its police department from participating in the Secure Communities program in July, 2010 according to an AP story by Ivan Moreno dated 7-26-10;   10-19-11 D.C. Examiner story which states that Mayor Vincent Gray signed an order prohibiting the city's police dept. from inquiring about a person's immigration status. 

 Cities under review

 Diamond Bar, CA   (6/26/07 Disputed by city. Currently being researched to verify.)

Boulder, CO

DesMoines, IA  (Added 11-28-07 Source: Proposal seeks banning immigration raids in D.M., by Nigel Duara, DesMoines-Register)

Bridgeton, NJ            (Added 6-3-07) [7-27-07 Disputed by a reputed farm worker advocate, see note below.] 

Peekskill, NY      [Disputed, being researched]

San Antonio, TX  [Note: The Sanctuary status of San Antonio is disputed, being researched.]

Watch List Cities  Note: This is a new list started 8-14-07 and was updated on 7-23-15.

Joliet, IL                  (Source: Resident alleges police have don't ask don't tell policy, courts ignore immigration status)

Iowa City, IA          (Source: Article, Group pushes Iowa City as 'immigration sanctuary city,' DesMoines Register, 10-31-10)

Cedar Rapids, IA    (Source: Article, Two Iowa cities considering adopting sanctuary policies for illegal aliens, by Dave Gibson, Examiner.com, 12-20-10)

Lexington, KY         (Source: 11-12-07 Submitted by local resident who claims it is a sanctuary city)            

Worcester, MASS   (Source: 8-14-07 Worcester Telegram)

Silver Springs, MD   (Source: 5-17-12 Local resident)

Lakewood, NJ         (Source:9-10-08  Local residents)

Cleveland, OH         (Source:  Support for Global Cleveland initiatives)

Cincinnati, OH          (Mayor Mark Mallory supports immigration reform [amnesty], By Amanda Lee Myers, San Francisco Chronicle, 5-30-13)

Middletown, OH      (Source: 1-30-08 Middletown News-Journal)

Springfield, OH         (Source: 1-27-08 Springfield-News-Sun)

Clark County, OH    (Source: 1-27-08; 9-29-08 Springfield-News-Sun Editorial (Sheriff Kelly not interested in removing illegal aliens)

Gallatin, TN              (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Shelbyville, TN         (Source: News articles submitted by Shelbyville resident)

Portland, TN             (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Hendersonville, TN   (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Whitehouse, TN        (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

McKinney, TX          (Source:  11-28-11 Star Local News article by Marthe Stinton)

Kings County, WA    (Source:  5-8-12  3 King County officials balk at ICE detainer program)

Toledo, OH              (Source: 7-12-15  Personal research by longtime immigration researcher)

Lucas County, OH     (Source: 7-12-15  Personal research by longtime immigration researcher)

 

Sanctuary Cities, USA: Additional Notes

Anchorage, AK

The Municipality of Anchorage sent OJJPAC a letter disputing the city's listing postmarked July 29, 2010.  It claims that the Congressional Research Service's listing of the city as a "sanctuary" was based on a Resolution adopted by its Assembly (AR 2003-223) in 2003.  The Municipal Attorney Dennis Wheeler says that that Resolution was rescinded on December 18, 2007. 



Mesa, Arizona

Mesa Arizona has been added as a sanctuary city list because of its reported "don't ask don't tell policy" and criticism by the local sheriff that the city is not enforcing the law.  The sheriff has arrested illegal aliens working in city buildings (as contract workers for a private cleaning company), reportedly after the city police department refused to investigate complaints of illegal hires by a whistleblower. 



Austin, MN 

Note:  The newspaper incorrectly refers to illegal aliens as "illegal immigrants."  Aliens who illegally reside in the U.S. are not "immigrants," a term that should only refer to aliens who legally "emigrated" to the United States.



Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia's Mayor signed an Executive Order in November 2009 that provided additional protections to illegal aliens in the city.  However, the City of Philadelphia does have an existing Preliminary Arraignment Reporting System (PARS) agreement with ICE.  Mayor Nutter objects to the  PARS computer technology agreement which is now up for renewal. The Mayor apparently believes that the access of data by ICE will result in increased immigration violation investigations and deportations.  Here is an article by the Philadelphia Inquirer.  



Tucson, Arizona

Tucson Arizona has been added to the sanctuary city list because the Tucson police have instituted a new policy which prevents their officers from calling Immigration and Customs Enforcement to schools and churches. 



Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa city councilor Jim Mautino was quoted in a Tulsa World article by P.J. Lassek, that he believes Tulsa is a sanctuary city and that the Police don't verify legal presense during traffic stops.  Mautino wants to crack down on illegal aliens and introduce an ordinance mandating the use of E-Verify because the resolution that was passed cannot be enforced. 



State of Oregon

According to a CRS report (October, 2005), Oregon passed a law in 1987 that prohibits local and state law enforcement from using state resources for locating and capturing illegal aliens.  Law enforcement was permitted [but not required] to "exchange information" with federal immigration agents if an illegal alien was arrested for a crime. 

San Bernardino, CA.     

San Bernardino was added to the list on June 6th of 2007 as a result of a readers submission.  On September 5th 2008, the city administration contacted me to dispute its listing.  OJJPAC has asked the city's law department to forward copies of the city's policies regarding its processes when illegal aliens are encountered in its city.



 Bridgeton, NJ           7-27-07 Disputed by a reputed farm worker advocate who sent me this email:

"I just wanted to point out an inaccuracy on your website's listing of sanctuary cities.  You have Bridgeton, NJ listed as a sanctuary city, and indeed it is most definitely not.  I work with CATA - The Farm workers' Support committee (www.cata-farmworkers.org) and we have an organized group of membership in this town.  One of our goals is working towards making Bridgeton an sanctuary city, but the local government is quite unfriendly towards the immigrant population, and the mayor has even hinted at wanting to implement a Hazleton type of ordinance (luckily, given yesterday's legal decision, that won't be happening)."



Columbus, OH

The Columbus Dispatch [Ohio] wrote:  "The police didn't contact immigration authorities concerning those who were determined to be undocumented, Booth       said. Authorities say that's typical when it comes to misdemeanor charges."  [Columbus, Ohio]

          2-20-14 Mayor Michael Coleman issues a travel ban for city employees because the State of Arizona passed immigration law enforcement bill SB 1070.



Lorain, OH

            "Thanks to Cel (Celestino Rivera, Lorain's Police Chief), we are less worried"  [about the US Border Patrol]said one interviewee who has a family member who is deportable.  Rivera does not report illegal aliens to immigration authorities.  Source: Ohio, the Other Border, By Maribel Hastings, Senior Adviser, America's voice, 4-7-14.



Painesville, OH

Cleveland Scene (7-18-07) quotes the Painesville Police Chief Gary Smith:

***He [Police Chief Gary Smith] has no qualms about laying out his indifference in plain English: "We don't care what your [immigration] status is." ***



Oklahoma City, OK

One reader wrote about Oklahoma City:

Oklahoma City is a sanctuary city de facto.  Police officers have been told not to stop any Hispanic for minor traffic violations, because they have a good chance of being illegal and it is a waste of time.  The City has not been enforcing City Code if the recipient of the code violation doesn't speak English.  And is not attempting to enforce the single-family dwelling laws.



State of Maine 

Governor John E. Baldacci issued  executive order 13 FY 04/05 which was issued on April 9, 2004.  The order is entitled  “An Order Concerning Access to State Services by All Entitled Maine Residents.”  The order prohibits state workers from inquiring about the immigration status of anyone applying for services. 



Alexandria, VA

Resolution No. 2246, adopted October 9, 2007 states in part:  "...the City and its various agencies will neither make inquirers about nor report on the citizenship of those who seek the protection of its laws or the use of its services."   Evidently in Alexandria, illegal alien are safe from Immigration and Customs Enforcement until they commit a "serious" crime.  So what crimes can illegals commit with impunity from the federal government? Theft? Rape? Drug dealing? Gang activity?  OJJPAC's belief is that the City's Resolution conflict's with its responsibility under federal law.



State of Vermont 

Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell reportedly has asked police in Vermont to adopt a "don't ask, don't tell" approach to immigration status under the guise of "Bias-Free Policing."  Police departments in Vermont will get a copy of the request but are not required to adopt the attorney general's policy.

Source: http://ojjpac.org/sanctuary.asp




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