SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: The Troy City Council is considering naming the city a sanctuary city to send a message to migrants that they are welcome in the community. Earlier this month a committee approved a resolution saying city workers would not ask anyone about their immigration status as part of official business, unless there was a specific reason to do so. But members of the police department and others are pushing back, saying that information can be crucial to some cases. Joining Solomon Syed to explain why there isn't really one set definition of a sanctuary city, and what Troy is proposing, is Kendra Sena — a senior staff attorney for Albany Law School’s Government Law Center.