More states will probably follow this lead if the left keeps pushing this issue.

The Daily Caller reports:

Mississippi On Verge Of Banning ‘Sanctuary Campuses’

The Mississippi legislature has had enough of universities that proclaim themselves “sanctuary campuses” to shield illegals from the law, Campus Reform reports.

State representatives are preparing legislation that would effectively ban the practice by preventing universities from hiding a student’s immigration status.

Senate Bill 2710 is designed to stop any state agency, which would include public colleges and universities, from prohibiting the federal agencies from investigating or enforcing the law. These agencies would not be able to “adopt, or implement a policy, order, or ordinance that limits or prohibits any person from communicating or cooperating with federal agencies or officials to verify or report the immigration status of any person.”

Moreover, the bill clearly indicates that a state agency that “grants to any person the right to lawful presence or status within the state, a county, or municipality, or the campus of a university, college, community college, or junior college” would be breaking state or federal law.