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What do Californians think about officially becoming a sanctuary state?

Tomi Lahren, who sounded off on the issue in her Final Thoughts last week, took to the streets of L.A. to find out. 

California, which is home to an estimated 2.3 million illegal immigrants, became a sanctuary last week after a law signed in October by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) took effect.

The law bars police in the nation's most populous state from asking people about their immigration status or participating in federal immigration enforcement activities in most cases.

Many people were pleased with the development, with some emphasizing the importance of protecting undocumented immigrants...

... and suggesting that this could stimulate the economy.

On the other hand, some said that America is a land of laws...

... and anyone who wants to come to the U.S. should go through the proper legal process.

Lahren told Sean Hannity that California certainly has its problems, but it's not a lost cause.

"There are so many undercover conservatives in this state that I spoke to that are levelheaded that don't like the fact that it's a sanctuary state," she said.

She said that pro-sanctuary advocates, however, are often louder and more vocal, and the squeaky wheel gets the grease.

Watch the full segment above.

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