Tip for Public Officials: Thinking About Sanctuary Policies? Read the Warning Label First.

Everything it seems comes with detailed instructions, disclaimers, and warnings of adverse effects – often to comic extremes. Apple’s iPod shuffle had a warning label “Do not eat,” while the yellow sticker on Rowenta irons still cautions “Do not iron clothes on body.” Admittedly those are moronic examples, yet being properly informed of risks generally prevents things from being misused and avoids contraindications that can and do cause serious harm.

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