The jury ruled that "DOJs encouraged, but did not, evaluate valuation factors Applicant coerce, who cooperates on immigration issues, also rejected Los Angeles's claim that the DOJ affected the factors that affected state autonomy in such a way raised concerns about the tenth amendment. "
Reward points for applicants who had chosen to focus on illegal immigration," the judges wrote, arguing that "the decision of the DOJ, using the techniques of community police, raised this issue to the public
The White House praised the court's ruling and said in a statement on Friday that it "reverses a lawless decision that enables Sanctuary City policy and endangers the security of all Americans."
"The ruling confirms the Ministry of Justice's ability to ensure discretionary contributions under its control, and is not used to subsidize the open attack of those jurisdictions on law-abiding Americans and their dependents," the statement added.
President Donald Trump signed a decree in 2017 to "ensure that jurisdictions that do not comply with applicable federal law are not receiving federal funding unless required by law."
Garcetti stood for the status of Los Angeles as a protected city town at that time, arguing that the funds for each city would be cut "endangering the personal safety and economic health of our entire nation."