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An executive order outlining the process for considering environmental concerns and equitable development in public contracting.
Culver City Police Policy of Responding to ICE Detainer Requests specifically stipulates they city won't honor hold requests or give ICE notification of release dates.
King County Superior Court Policy on No Courtroom Arrests Based on Immigration Status
Stanta Cruz County Sheriff's Office executive order ending ICE detainer requests follow federal Oregon ruling.
San Miguel County Colorado's Detention Center Policies and Procedures which outlines how to processes inmates without asking about immigration status or place of birth.
Sheriff's policy on detention of undocumented persons, responding to ICE detainer requests, and refusal to particpate in ICE operations.
Suffolk County Policy Responding to ICE Detainer Requests which provides for the protection of equal right for immigrants in criminal courts and rights to release.
An Executive Order to affirm Seattle's commitment to equity in City contracting and to advance the City's mission to promote race and gender equity in contracting. This Executive Order directs City departments and offices to increase the opportunities for women and minority owned businesses (WMBEs), and to provide a welcome and responsive environment for all businesses that support such efforts.
Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti's executive order promoting equity in Public Procurement.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (LACMTA) Construction Careers Policy (CCP) encourages construction employment and training opportunities in ways calculated to mitigate the harms caused by geographically concentrated poverty and unemployment in economically disadvantaged areas and among disadvantaged workers throughout the United States. This policy identifies the minimum efforts contractors performing on covered LACMTA construction projects must make to comply with this policy.