Austin Mayor Steve Adler, center, stands with, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, left, as he speaks to protesters at a rally to oppose a new Texas "sanctuary cities" bill that aligns with the president's tougher stance on illegal immigration, Monday, June 26, 2017, in San Antonio, outside of the Federal Courthouse. A federal judge on Monday heard arguments before he decides whether a new Texas "sanctuary cities" can take effect.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler, center, stands with, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, left, as he speaks to protesters at a rally to oppose a new Texas "sanctuary cities" bill that aligns with the president's tougher stance on illegal immigration, Monday, June 26, 2017, in San Antonio, outside of the Federal Courthouse. A federal judge on Monday heard arguments before he decides whether a new Texas "sanctuary cities" can take effect. Eric Gay AP
Austin Mayor Steve Adler, center, stands with, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, left, as he speaks to protesters at a rally to oppose a new Texas "sanctuary cities" bill that aligns with the president's tougher stance on illegal immigration, Monday, June 26, 2017, in San Antonio, outside of the Federal Courthouse. A federal judge on Monday heard arguments before he decides whether a new Texas "sanctuary cities" can take effect. Eric Gay AP

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