|Governor Jan Brewer's letting the feds do police work without asking permission from county sheriffs.|
It looks like Governor Jan Brewer's only taking her battle against the federal government so far.
Brewer vetoed House Bill 2434 yesterday, which would have required federal law-enforcement officers to notify county sheriffs "before taking any official law enforcement action."
If that federal officer forgot or otherwise didn't inform the sheriff beforehand, they'd have to let the sheriff know shortly after the "official law enforcement action."
"This legislation has the potential to interfere with law enforcement investigations and adds unneeded reporting requirements for law enforcement," Brewer writes in a veto letter. "Rather than hinder the efforts of our federal law enforcement colleagues, we need to focus on collaboration."
That doesn't even sound like the same governor who sent a finger to the face of the president
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