The Marin County Sheriff’s Office faced criticism from county officials and the public over its continued collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement at last week’s annual TRUTH Act forum. 

Though the number of immigrants transferred to ICE from the county jail has declined in recent years, new federal guidelines could reverse that trend, and Sheriff Robert Doyle remains . . .

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