SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – The leader of the California Senate wants to bar police from sharing information with federal deportation agents about immigrants being released from custody. Democratic Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon said Wednesday that he has introduced a bill to prevent law enforcement from heeding requests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to be notified when immigrants are being released from local jails. The bill would also ban federal agents from interviewing inmates for deportation purposes. State Democratic lawmakers have proposed a series of bills aimed at protecting immigrants from President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to expand deportations. Federal immigration agents began asking police to notify them when immigrants would be released from jails after many jurisdictions – including California – started refusing to honor agents’ requests to detain inmates for deportation.