The clash between immigration activists and Sheriff Robert Doyle that leaves the Board of Supervisors caught in the middle continued this week, as supervisors passed a resolution that urged the sheriff to reduce his cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The mostly symbolic act by supervisors was opposed by at least 40 callers, who spent over two . . .

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