Lansing's City Council did an about-face last night.
The Council reversed its earlier unanimous decision to declare Lansing a "sanctuary city". The 5-2 vote means the city is not a sanctuary for immigrants, particularly undocumented immigrants.
The Trump Administration has threatened to punish sanctuary cities by withholding federal funds.
The Michigan and Lansing Chambers of Commerce had been urging Lansing's City Council to rescind that earlier resolution.
Rich Studley, the president and CEO of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, joined Stateside to explain why they rejected the resolution.