SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Democrats in the California state Senate are condemning President Donald Trump’s immigration executive order. In a 26-11 vote Monday, the Senate approved a resolution calling the order a “discriminatory overreach” and commending attorneys who are fighting it. Democratic Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson of Santa Barbara says the Statue of Liberty invites immigrants to the United States by extending a lamp, not a middle finger. Several Republicans opposed the resolution. Sen. Jim Nielsen of Gerber says the order is protecting Americans from terrorists who want to do harm. Trump’s order pauses America’s refugee program and restricts travel to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority nations. It sparked protests at airports around the country over the weekend as dozens of people were prohibited from entering the country.