By Fatima Hussein
The city of Gary has enlisted the help of Georgetown's law school to help defend its “welcoming city” ordinance from a lawsuit that is part of a nationwide effort to roll back so-called sanctuary city policies.
Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and the Oakland-based Public Rights Project will represent the city and defend its ordinance. The organizations submitted a 54-page brief in federal court Wednesday afternoon seeking summary judgment against the lawsuit.
Originally published March 2, 2018. Read the whole story via IndyStar.