News from Neighboring States for March 27, 2018: Here’s the latest volley in a feud between Sacramento and Washington over federal immigration policies.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (left) and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

California sues Trump administration over Census citizenship question

New Mexico: City panel approves immigrant resolution

“We are the ones taking it on the chin”: Colorados farmers and ranchers on edge as U.S. and China try to stave off a trade war

Nevada: Rep. Mark Amodei gets profane while talking about Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and BLM

Utah: Mormons want to save the planet — it’s part of their theology — but many shy away from being called environmentalists

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