Broward County commissioners on Tuesday tabled a bill that would have likely reject the label as a sanctuary county.
Commissioners voted 6-2 to postpone the issue indefinitely.
This comes while a house panel in Tallahassee votes for a crackdown on such cities. The legislation helps enforce President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown, jeopardizing federal funds for cities that do not comply.
Earlier this year, Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief said the county has never been a sanctuary city and that they would continue to follow federal policies