California lawmakers on Saturday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that would make the state a sanctuary for undocumented immigrants by limiting local law enforcement’s cooperation with immigration authorities. The measure, approved by California’s legislature during its last session of the year Friday, will take effect Jan. 1 if Brown signs it. Brown expressed support for the measure after it underwent several rounds of amendments that align the legislation with the state’s Trust Act, an anti-deportation law. The law pits California authorities against the Trump administration, which continues to push for a crackdown on undocumented immigrants and has threatened to withhold federal funding for any cities or states using “sanctuary” policies. A federal judge in Chicago issued a nationwide temporary injunction late Friday blocking the administration from withholding funding to sanctuary cities, however.